I've looked in your support documents and cannot find a way to retrieve a list of all servers in the console.

asked 19 Nov '14, 15:46

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If you just want a list, you could try this procedure.

Run a Configuration Audit in the Ad Hoc Reports. This should make a text file on the server. Open a command prompt and run find "[DEVICE]" filename. This will give you a list of your devices, although with [DEVICE] in front of them.

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answered 20 Nov '14, 19:44

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Hi Jo,

Sorry we don't have a report that just lists the servers/devices that at being monitored. There is the Configuration Audit Report that can give a list of devices with there monitors, maybe this will help you.

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Quinn

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answered 20 Nov '14, 09:05

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