The server running the highest version of Common Services must be the master. That looks to be LMS 3.1. Of course, QPM 3.2 does not use DCR, so that will not be able to integrate. You will need QPM 4.0 or higher.
Quesiton still. I am runnning Common Services 3.1 on LMS, CS 3.2 on CSM, and CS 3.2 on QPM. In this scenario then CSM or QPM must be the master? Yet how do I discover all devices using auto discovery (QPM does not have one but I think CSM does)? I have few devices, but our customers network is huge.
I think I misunderstood your email. You listed the CS versions, not the software bundle versions. In this case, it looks like you're running LMS 3.0 and QPM 4.1.
In this scenario, either QPM or CSM must be the master. You can use Discovery from any server (it doesn't have to be the master). If you want, use Discovery from the LMS server. Of course, CSDiscovery 3.2 will have more bug fixes, so you might find it better to run Discovery from the CSM server.
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