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[Archive] [STRM] How to disable Log Source Autodiscovery

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Article ID: KB17633 KB Last Updated: 18 Sep 2019Version: 3.0
Summary:
By default when STRM receives Syslog messages from a device, it will try to recognize the Device Type and automatically add it as Log Source.  Basically STRM performs autodiscovery of devices that are sending Syslog message (these devices will have Autodiscovered value: true).
 
Symptoms:
This default behaviour is not always desiderable.  In certain occasions it is preferable to add a device manually and disable the autodiscovery capability - as there is a possibility of incorrect Device type detection for example.
 
Solution:
Steps to disable Log Source Autodiscovery:
  1. From the Admin Tab, open the Deployment Editor.
  2. Select the Event View tab and double click eventcollecor0::XXXX, then Click Advanced icon.
  3. Change: Autodetection Enabled from True to False and click Save (as shown in the picture below).
  4. From Deploymenet Editor Menu select: Save and Close.
  5. From the Admin Tab, click Deploy Changes.
Modification History:
2019-09-18: Archived article. The workflow (deployment editor) is obsolete.  
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