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Why are some of the device groups showing up with an X

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Why are some of the device groups showing up with an X

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Mr Muro on 2019-01-16


Why are some device groups have an X next it? Could that be why I'm unable to assign UPS to them?

 

 

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Re: Why are some of the device groups showing up with an X

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Cory McDonald on 2019-01-16


Mr Muro,

An X on a device group means that there is a device within that group that has a critical alarm on it.  A yellow triangle would indicate that there is a warning alarm on a device within a group.  The most severe alarm type (that is active) will always display on that icon.  If no alarms are present no icon will appear on the folder icon.

Kind Regards,

Cory

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Re: Why are some of the device groups showing up with an X

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2019-02-09


Dear Mr Muro,

Tell us, please, did you solve your question or not?

With respect.

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