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Last Action Date in Configuration Management page in NCM is not updating

Updated September 7, 2016

Overview

After you execute a NCM Job manually or the NCM Job automatically triggered, the Last Action Date in Configuration Management page is not updated or in sync when the last job is executed.

 

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All NCM version

 

Detail

This is by design in NCM. The Configuration Management page only shows NCM actions that are performed manually by logged in users in the Web Console. NCM Jobs do not affect those dates, even if you call the NCM job to start manually.

 

 

 

 

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