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Enhancement Request for NNMi 10.40

Enhancement Request for NNMi 10.40

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Hi Experts   

The problem with the current NNMI is : 

  • The notes field is optional when unmanaging a device and most users are leaving it blank. 
  • The security log files only show the name of the person that did the unmanage but give no reason. 
  • The NOC has no access to the security log files and are not going to make an interaction to request SMS to do a search each time there is an issue. 

Request from Customer :

  • This request to is to force users to enter a note each time they unmanage a device. 
  • If a user’s PIN can automatically be placed in the notes field at the same time that would be even better. If that is difficult then ask the user to use their PIN. 
  • The NOC want to be able to quickly see the reason a node was unmanaged and the person that did it. 
  • If there are already notes for a device that should not prevent NNMi from asking for a new explanation each time it changes status to unmanaged. 
  • There should be a pop-up asking for a reason and this should then be copied into the notes section. 
  • Validation should be done to confirm that at least 14 characters have been entered (CC plus 6 numbers and 6 digit PIN) or else a full explanation.

Please help on this on a priority basis whether it is possible to enhance the feature of NNMi already existing.

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