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Configure Orion to unmanage items on a scheduled basis

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Created by Chris Foley, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jul 01, 2016

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This article provides steps on how to configure Orion to unmanage items (Nodes, Interfaces or Applications) on a scheduled basis using the Unmanage Scheduling Utility.


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1. Log in to the system hosting the Main Orion installation.

2. Run the Unmanage Scheduling Utility.

3. When prompted, provide your login credentials to the Orion web interface.

4. Within the Unmanage Task Editor, click Create New Task and choose +Add Items.

5. Select the items you wish to unmanage from the Nodes, Interfaces and/or Applications tabs, and then click Add.

6. When prompted, enter the amount of time you wish to unmanage these items and click Ok.

7. Click Save Task and save it to the desired location. You should receive a prompt providing the path of the CMD file for the task. Note this path and click OK.

8. Back in Unmanage Task Editor, click Open Task Scheduler on the top-right.

9. Click Action > Create Basic Task. Give the task the same (or similar) name as the XML file saved on step 9 and click Next.

10. Select the frequency for this task (Daily, Weeklly, Monthly, etc).

11. Specify the time when this task should be triggered and click Next.

12. Select Start a program and click Next.

13. Enter the path noted on step 7 (or browse to this path) and click Next.

14. Click Finish.


The selected items should now get automatically unmanaged for the length of time specified at the frequency specified.




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