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RiskRating value within the Extraneous field for LEM events

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Updated March 10, 2017


This article discusses how LEM categorizes the RiskRating value within Extraneous field through event details.



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LEM does not calculate any riskrating information. RiskRating value is coming from Cisco raw data that LEM parses. LEM puts into the events exactly what is in the Cisco raw data.



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