LMS 3.1 with ACS - doubts about missing devices on ACS
I've LMS 3.1 integrated with ACS. There are 2 devices which I can't see on DCR device list (Common Services > Devices and Credentials) and when I try to add them to DCR I get "Duplicate Device Name". I've checked here in forum and know that the reason for this is that apparently these devices are not on ACS, because I can see then on "Common Services > Device and Credentials > Reports > Devices not in ACS report".
So, my questions are:
1) In this case, I think that devices are registered on DCR, I just can't see then on Common Services, right?
2) Will configuration for these devices be archived by RME, even that I can't see these devices on Common Services, that is, even that they are not on ACS? These 2 devices where configured for archiving before had "disappeared" from CS, that is, I could see devices on CS before and archive for then was working. Probably they were deleted from ACS on some moment.
Re: LMS 3.1 with ACS - doubts about missing devices on ACS
Still related to item 2, if configuration for a device has been archived in some moment before, can I get the txt configuration files from the path configured for archive Mgmt (in my case "F:/PROGRA~1/CSCOpx/files/rme/dcma"), right? In this case, should I look at 'devfiles' folder and search for the most recent file? Or should I look for another folder?
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