I know it. By default there is "ntp clock-period" in this exclude command, but I still see out of sync for this value:-( I think that the exclude commands are only for archive management (config change - polling and saving config into archive) and it is not applicable for run and startup comparism. Thanks.
The exclude commands also affect the out-of-sync summary. If you have commands excluded, but still see an out-of-sync diff for that command, then there is something wrong in RME. Have you performed a new sync archive? Does the job complete successfully? What version of RME are you using?
also, verify that this command is really there for all your device types / devi ce groups like "Switches and _Hubs", "Routers" and the Module Parts (neccessary for some supervisors!). In the past I observed several times that this string was missing..
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