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HP NA How Do I Configure "The Device Change Report"

I inherited a functioning HP NA v9.22 system. Every day an email is sent from the app server to our team with the subject "HP Network Automation Device Change Report." The email is formatted with html, and consists of a numbered list of device name links that take you to the actual configuration change "diffs" for that device lower in the email. I can't find the scheduled task for this report anywhere.

Let's say I wanted to send this report to a different email address, or cancel this daily task entirely. How would I do that?

Example Email:

1. dev1-dom1-lon1 (10.1.1.10) HP Network Automation Event Device Configuration Change (link)
2. ...
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Device configuration change on dev1-dom1-lon1 by admin15 at Fri Apr 22 08:18:20 PDT 2016

Configuration Diff
3555: network-object host 10.2.2.10
3556: object-group network srvgrp5
3557: group-object admsrvrs
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3555: network-object host 10.2.2.10
3556: object-group network srvgrp5
3557: group-object admsrvrs
> 3558: object-group network intl
> 3559: network-object 10.3.3.0 255.255.240.0
> 3560: object-group toronto redis tcp
> 3561: port-object eq 1234

Thanks,
Scott

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Re: HP NA How Do I Configure "The Device Change Report"

This came from Admin-> Event Notification & Response Rules -> Report Configuration Change - Digest

You can disable the event (set the rule to Inactive) or add/replace email users there.

HTH

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