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UCMDB Exceeding License

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Hello,

 
    As per the attached screenshot I have only inventory license and I don't have any Full license.
In order to solve that issue I need to know, How to find out and delete the CIs which consume the 153 full license?

Note: We need only to discover the software installed on the clients so we don't need any full license
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You can run Licensed OSIs Report available in Reports --> Custom Reports -->Administration --> Licensed OSIs Report.

 

Deleting nodes may get rediscover once the discovery schedule kick off jobs. If you identify nodes you dont want full UD, you can ignore the IP address of these nodes in the dataflow probe or in the respective discovery job. 

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You can run Licensed OSIs Report available in Reports --> Custom Reports -->Administration --> Licensed OSIs Report.

 

Deleting nodes may get rediscover once the discovery schedule kick off jobs. If you identify nodes you dont want full UD, you can ignore the IP address of these nodes in the dataflow probe or in the respective discovery job. 

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