Unable to load sudoers policy in the Management Console for Unix (MCU).
1 - Select the Policy Tab | Sudo Policy Editor
2 - Click the Open drop down
3 - Select Policy
The Jave icon then appears and then the message "Loading policy for policy group <groupname>" and next the message "Checking policy file" however all that loads is a red 1.
Cause 1: An older Java version was installed along with a newer version.
Cause 2: Increased browser security settings or Java control panel applet settings cause issue as well.
1 - Uninstall older Java version.
1 - Edit the policy using the pmpolicy edit command.
The pmpolicy edit utility checks out a temporary working copy of the policy and starts the appropriate interactive editor to edit the files. For a sudo policy, it runs visudo; for a legacy policy it uses $EDITOR.
edit [-a force|abort|merge|overwrite] [-l <commitmsg>] [-p <path>][-u <user>]
This option is useful for manual interactive editing of the policy on the command line. On completion of the edit, it verifies the syntax of the policy. If no errors are found, it checks the edits back in to the repository. If any errors are found, then it exits without checking in the changes.
Note:When saving an edited policy, some non-ASCII characters in the commit log message may error and cause all changes to the policy to be discarded.To avoid this possibility, avoid using backspace, arrow keys and any other keys that may be interpreted as non-ASCII characters within the shell.