I'm having huge problems with LMS 3.2.....after doing a discovery I didn't like what was imported into the DCR.
So I deleted the devices out of Common Services, and re-imported the file so I can get an accurate number of devices
I am managing. Now RME doesn't seem to like/or find the Default credentials I configured in CS.
I'm checked all the devices in CS and told it to use the default credentials and it still not working, Inventory is failing, device credential
verification is not working. I'm trying my best to migrate from my old server with LMS 3.1 to the new server with LMS 3.2 as quickly
as possible. I also re-initalized the DB for RME and DFM.
Well this is consistent with the fact that LMS 3.1 is working. It really sounds like you had applied credential sets to those imported devices to fill in the gaps (i.e. where LMS 3.1 did not have credentials). The gaps that were filled in caused the RME to use invalid credentials when communicating with devices. You may consider diversifying the credential sets (i.e. creating a policy for SNMPv3 devices and one for SNMPv1/v2c devices). This way, you can conditionally apply default credentials to future devices.
It's not a question of credentials. It's a question of the privacy algorithm of AES-128. The device does not like this algorithm. Check the "show snmp user" output from the device for cscowrkspriv3. Make sure you're using the correct algorithm.