I've just started using IME, and it appears as though the log files for reports and events aren't stored on the SSM, but are actually stored in IME. If this is the case, do most of you leave an instance of IME running all the time? What are you doing in environments where there are multiple people who need access to the reports and data?
Agreed, it is a crummy program. I've got it installed on our network management server which is basically a server setup to log SYSLOG events from network devices, log IME events, etc. IME has to run on it all the time then I just remote desktop to the server to see reports. I really wish I could schedule these reports somehow and get them emailed.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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