High-Capacity-80MHz-11ac-Profile is not listed as a Radio Profile within Configuration?

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I want to clone the "High-Capacity-80MHz-11ac-Profile" so that I can edit for load balancing.  However, this radio profile is not listed as one of the radio profiles within configuration.
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Troy Teichmeier

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Posted 3 years ago

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Steve Kellogg

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Until someone more knowledgeable replies, are you sure you're working with an 802.11ac capable access point?

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Troy Teichmeier

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Yes, we have AP230s and already have that profile assigned to the 5GHz radios.  That's why I was surprised not to see it listed as one of the radio profiles within Configuration.
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Ok, what a bone headed way to start my interaction in this community!  I just went back and looked and there is a button in radio profile configuration to click that will display a second page of profiles.  And guess what, there it is along with a couple more!  Sheesh!  My view was set to display only 15 items at once.  Embarrassed.  Thanks anyway.
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I would tend to agree with this.  The default 15 view has gotten me several times myself.  Top right corner by the total is an icon that looks like a spreadsheet.  Click it and you can edit the amount of objects on a single screen.  

I am able to clone that same default profile that you mention.
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No need to be embarrassed Troy. I suspect there isn't a single one of us on here that hasn't done the same thing at least once!