Just joined our new Ciscoworks server to our ACS server per the documentation and everything went fine except for the device import from LMS to ACS. Anyway, I have gone through and added a bunch of our devices to ACS manually and now they show up in CS, RME, etc. However, there is now a disproportionate amount of devices that are not in ACS versus devices in ACS.
My question is simply, can I remove those devices that are listed as "Not configured in ACS"? I tried to use the dcrcli command from the LMS server, but I get an error resembling a permission denied. Is a purge of devices possible?
Here is the error that I get when trying to remove devices from the dcrcli command (this is with the local admin account):
Exception in thread "main" com.cisco.nm.dcr.DCRException: Authorization Failed at com.cisco.nm.dcr.LocalDCR.getMatchingDevices(Unknown Source) at com.cisco.nm.dcr.DCRProxy.getMatchingDevices_DIRECT(Unknown Source) at com.cisco.nm.dcr.DCRProxy.getMatchingDevices(Unknown Source) at com.cisco.nm.dcr.DCRcli.performDel(Unknown Source) at com.cisco.nm.dcr.DCRcli.start(Unknown Source) at com.cisco.nm.dcr.DCRcli.main(Unknown Source)
I also tried with the system identity account and got rejected as well:
Error in Delete Device: User is not authorized to perform the task on device.
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