I believe I recently created a rule in my ENS firewall policy that corrupted it. After I saved the policy, every time I tried to get back into it, I go "an unexpected error has occurred" message on the screen. Thankfully, I had a backup policy I was able to revert to.
I'm conducting a test and am trying to re-create this issue. I think I replicating the same rule as before but my policy is rendering just fine. How can I purposely create an invalid firewall rule that will prevent the policy from rendering and give me that same error?
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