How to use "Saved Device List" to create user-defined groups
In LMS 3.x, I had the ability to do a "search archive" for certain configuration patterns and then export the matching devices to the device selector and then manipulate their credentials/user defined fields to create User Defined Groups.
For example, I could make a group for routers running H323 by doing a search for "h323-gateway voip interface" and then exporting the matching devices to the device selector.
I see the same mechanism available in LMS 4.2.4 to export the device list to selector but I do not see that "saved device list" when I go to manage devices under inventory. So I cannot go any further to create the user defined groups as I did in LMS 3.x.
Am I missing any menu where this is possible or is there an alternate way to do this?
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