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How do I download pdf docs for each of the CW components?

I've discovered several manuals by googling the service name and identifying the link to a pdf. One example -> http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_common_services_software/3.0/user/guide/cs30ug.pdf for the Common Services module ver3.0. I can't seem to figure out how to navigate to these documents using the cisco.com Web site. So, other than using my "Google" method, is there a way to locate these documents for download?

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for CiscoWorks LMS 3.x use this procedure

on the CISCO homepage go to "Support" > Product Support > All Products (lower right corner)

    Network Management And Automation > Routing and Switching Management > Network Management Solutions

now you can choos for each application like "CiscoWorks Resource Manager Essentials"

    in the section "Maintain and Operate" you find the "End-User Guides";

    each of the user guides contains a link to download as PDF

for Cisco Prime LMS 4.x

go to www.cisco.com/go/lms

on the rigth hand side there is a link to "Maintain and Operate"

Note: with LMS 4.x the application boundary is not there any more (i.e. no CS, RME, CM, DFM, IPM) instead LMS has functional sections like "Monitoring", "Configuration" etc.

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for CiscoWorks LMS 3.x use this procedure

on the CISCO homepage go to "Support" > Product Support > All Products (lower right corner)

    Network Management And Automation > Routing and Switching Management > Network Management Solutions

now you can choos for each application like "CiscoWorks Resource Manager Essentials"

    in the section "Maintain and Operate" you find the "End-User Guides";

    each of the user guides contains a link to download as PDF

for Cisco Prime LMS 4.x

go to www.cisco.com/go/lms

on the rigth hand side there is a link to "Maintain and Operate"

Note: with LMS 4.x the application boundary is not there any more (i.e. no CS, RME, CM, DFM, IPM) instead LMS has functional sections like "Monitoring", "Configuration" etc.

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In addition to Martin's guidance, the LMS 4.x user guides are currently located here.

For earlier versions, please use the following links:

  • 3.x Common Services guides are here.
  • RME guides are here.
  • Campus Manager guides are here.
  • CiscoView guides are here.
  • HUM guides are here.
  • IPM guides are here.

Hope this helps.

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