If you go to DFM > Device Management > Device Selector, do you see the device listed there under "Devices not in Device Fault Manager?" If so, you can try adding it manually. Other than that, the device really should appear in DFM if all of the DFM daemons are running. In particular, check the status of DFMOGSServer, TISServer, and DfmServer.
Also, be aware that DFM is the only application that does not respect Display Name. The device may be showing up in DFM as an IP address or with its DNS/hosts file resolvable hostname.
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