Is there a way to exclude certain device types from config archival? For example, our Call Managers obviously can't have configs stored in Ciscoworks so I'm trying to find a way to exclude them (along with a few other unsupported device types).
I've looked in RME/Admin/Config Mgmt but didn't see anything to that affect.
You can easily exclude any device you want to from a manual job. However, for a system job, you cannot exclude any devices. However, RME will not attempt devices which are not supported for config archive (i.e. no traffic will go out on the wire for those devices).
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