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config backup of devices via LMS

is it possible to have backup of some devices daily & for some devices weekly ?

if yes then how can I achieve this.

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: config backup of devices via LMS

Disable the system config collection job under RME > Admin > Config Mgmt > Collection Settings. Then, go to RME > Config Mgmt > Archive Mgmt > Sync Archive, and schedule a new job to run. Above the device selector, you will see a radio button that says Group Selector. Choose this button, then select the group or groups for which configs should be collected. You should also check the Fetch Startup box.

This job will then collect configs from the dynamic set of devices which are members of the selected groups. You can then schedule another job for the different time table.

If you use the default Device Selector instead of the Group Selector, the device list used will be static. As you add new devices to RME, the job will not change to incorporate those new devices.

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Cisco Employee

Re: config backup of devices via LMS

What version of RME are you using?

New Member

Re: config backup of devices via LMS

Its the latest version I can not recall, Need to know how it is possible...

Cisco Employee

Re: config backup of devices via LMS

Post a screenshot of Common Services > Software Center > Software Update.

New Member

Re: config backup of devices via LMS

here is the snap shot as requested

Cisco Employee

Re: config backup of devices via LMS

Disable the system config collection job under RME > Admin > Config Mgmt > Collection Settings. Then, go to RME > Config Mgmt > Archive Mgmt > Sync Archive, and schedule a new job to run. Above the device selector, you will see a radio button that says Group Selector. Choose this button, then select the group or groups for which configs should be collected. You should also check the Fetch Startup box.

This job will then collect configs from the dynamic set of devices which are members of the selected groups. You can then schedule another job for the different time table.

If you use the default Device Selector instead of the Group Selector, the device list used will be static. As you add new devices to RME, the job will not change to incorporate those new devices.

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