is there a way of displaying devices not allocated to any custom view
Customer is running LMS 2.5 RME 3.5 with IDU 13.0
We would like to know if there is any way of displaying a list of devices that are not allocated to any custom view so that it is possible to see which devices are outstanding that are not allocated to existing custom views.
RME-->Admin-->Device Views-->Add Static Views
The customer is using 15-20 groups allocated with various devices, they are managing around 6000 devices and so rely on organising devices into groups which makes it easier for them to manage.
For example if you add a device from "all devices" into a newly created custom view called "test" you can click on this custom view and see the device is allocated to this but it still shows up in all devices as well and there is no separate drop down menu for remaining devices not allocated to this view.
When new devices are added for example they would like to know if these are already assigned to a device view or not quickly, it seems that there is no way to get a display of all devices not assigned to any view.
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