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Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

I'm having problem viewing CONFIG_CHANGE from RME Change Audit page. I'm seeing message DCMA0055:CM0036: The configuration file cannot be displayed as this could be a binary file.

Anyone knows how to view this? I have RME 4.1.1 installed on Windows.

Many thanks!

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Cisco Employee

Re: Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

You are trying to view the VLAN configuration (i.e. vlan.dat) which is a binary data file. What you are seeing is expected. You cannot view the change details for the VLAN config. If you want to disable the change audit generation for these configs, go to RME > Admin > Change Audit > Config Change Filter, and check the "Enable vlan Change Audit Filter" box.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

You are trying to view the VLAN configuration (i.e. vlan.dat) which is a binary data file. What you are seeing is expected. You cannot view the change details for the VLAN config. If you want to disable the change audit generation for these configs, go to RME > Admin > Change Audit > Config Change Filter, and check the "Enable vlan Change Audit Filter" box.

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Re: Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

Thanks! I did what you said and now I'm able to see what I need.

New Member

Re: Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

Thank you, all work now.

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Re: Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

i have the same problem and do as the

but i always have the problem  viewing CONFIG_CHANGE from RME Change Audit page. I'm seeing message DCMA0055:CM0036: The configuration file cannot be displayed as this could be a binary file

what can i do to fix this ,I have RME 4.1.0 installed on Windows.

Cisco Employee

Re: Can't view CONFIG_CHANGE from RME

See my answer to this thread.  You will never be able to view the VLAN config in RME as that is a binary file.  However, you can disable the creation of ChangeAudit records whenever the VLAN config is archived.

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