Two switches, which are not configured for SSH and snmvp3, were picked up during an discovery and automatically added to the DCR. When I view the list of devices in the DCR the two devices are shown, but when I try to edit the DCR to remove/delete the two devices they are no where to be found. Has any one else encountered this?
Sounds like this server may be integrated with ACS. If that is the case, the devices should be seen under Common Services > Device and Credentials > Reports > Devices not configured in ACS. If you see them there, you have two choices. The first is to either add those devices at network clients to ACS (temporarily). Then you will be able to see them in the DCR Device Management screen and delete them from LMS. Or, you can temporarily break integration with ACS, restart Daemon Manager, clean up DCR, and re-enable ACS integration.
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