First take a look at all of your locations using the WRKLOCBRM command.
Then check out all your MOVE policies to see where location LOST is used.
To see these policies: Go to the BRMS main menu (GO BRMS) select option 8 (Policy Administration) and then select option 8 again (Work with Move Policies).
Display each policy to see where "LOST" is specified as a location in a move policy.
You should be able to redefine any MOVE policy from here too.
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