Go to a policy set and click on the [+] to add a policy. Hit <enter>,
then type in a name like "Test", whack <tab> twice, <space> and <enter>.
Result: you get a blank policy created.

Copy the word "Test" to your clipboard somehow.

Go to the policy set and click on the [+] to add a policy. Hit <enter>,
then <ctrl>-<v> to paste in your name ("Test"), whack <tab> twice,
<space> and <enter>. Note that you didn't get the [Finish] button, so
you didn't get the blank policy created, you get [Next] and [Finish] is
grayed out, so now it wants to know if you're making a DirXML Script or
an XSLT Stylesheet.

A minor inconsistancy, but it shouldn't matter if you type in the name
or paste it in, it should work the same way.


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