When I add a device into LMS and ACS, Common Services shows that the device is not configured in ACS.
To be clear, I add the device in LMS first then add it to ACS under the proper NDG. I then restart crmdmgtd on the LMS server and the device shows up under Authorized Devices. Is there a better way to do this? Starting and stopping the services takes around 10 minutes total and is a pain. Also, if a device has to be deleted, I delete from ACS first, right? Thanks for the help.
When I add a device to ACS first and then into LMS, it goes into the Pre-deployed Devices and sits there until I click the Resubmit button. Then it moves to Pending and sometimes goes through and sometimes I have had it go back into Pre-deployed. When it does that, I stop and start the services and it shows up fine.
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