when you come from LMS 3.x you will slightly be confused by the new GUI paradigm ;-)
with LMS 3.x it was "application" driven (CS, Campus, RME, etc) now the same tasks are grouped by functionality (Monitor, Asset, Configuration, Reports, etc);
but in generall there should be none of the known functionality from LMS 3.x be missing in LMS 4.x instead some of the information should be better/quicker accessible (e.g Dashboard views)
But this time Cisco did not forget that there are some people out there who are used to the LMS 3.x GUI and to make it easier for those, they integrated a "Legacy" Menu in the upper right corner - which is the same menu as it was in LMS 3.x -
here is a link to the LMS 4.0 Admin Guide on User Tracking:
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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