Not necessarily. IDUs not only contain new device support but fixes to several bugs. So, it's good to always update these to the latest from CCO. You can goto Server Configuration->About the Server->Applications and Versions to see what/if any IDUs are installed and update them accordingly from CCO.
Yes, it seems to be this way, because I let ANI "discover" some Routers by enter them as seed device and then they were synchronized to RME and back. But if I understood the manual correctly then this is not a feature but a bug. You can read there that manually entered device in RME would be synchronized to ANI!!!
So, how can this be achieved???
Btw, there exists no IDU 4.0 for CM3.2 therefore we have to upgrade to CM3.3 but I still don't believe that this is the main problem.
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