Marking an asset as not located in a Disaster Area

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If you marked a client as located in a Disaster Area but some of the client's assets are not located in a Disaster Area, perform the following steps to mark the appropriate assets as not being located in a Disaster Area.

  1. In the Asset List window, double-click an asset that is not located in a Disaster Area.
  2. In the Asset Detail dialog, click the Other tab.
  3. In the GO Zone/168(k) (force) field, select Non-Disaster Area property.
  4. Click Done to return to the Asset List window.

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