Yes, RME can track such hardware changes. It uses syslog messages and periodic polling to do so.
The Inventory change report is a report which show only inventory changes found by either syslog messages or periodic polling. The change audit report shows all device changes (e.g. inventory, config, etc.) for each application in RME as well as those changes detected outside of RME.
"The change audit report shows all device changes (e.g. inventory, config, etc.) for each application in RME as well as those changes detected outside of RME." can you explain what are changes that can be detected outside RME. and how schedule change inventory report to provide changes older than 24 hours.
For example, someone can telnet to a device, and change the config. If that happens, and the device sends a syslog message to RME, then RME will fetch the new config, process the changes, and tie them to the user who made the change.
If you want to run a report for a time ranger larger than 24 hours, just change the range in the report config page. By default, it reports over a 24-hour period, but you can change this using the radio buttons in the Date Range area of the report config.
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