I have added nodes in NPM and they are showing up fine. I can even view nodes in NCM Summary and view past versions of configurations. However when I go into Configuration Management to see the nodes and set baselines, it just shows a blank screen.
There's this link which seems to report an issue with ambiguous custom properties but I've checked the same log file and can't find anything similar:
Thanks all for your feedback. I'm having this exact issue again with a different customer (I perform POC at different sites and set up SolarWinds evaluation for them). Still using IE.
I will try using another browser and update here.
Hi holnave so I had this exact issue with a customer environment last week, and when we escalated it to SolarWinds they advised there was a corruption in the application. We attempted to install Hotfix but that didn't resolve. In the end, the support rep advised us to UnInstall IPAM, and then re-install from a fresh download of the installer. This worked and the customer has full functionality again.
Not sure how you've got on since this post, but thought you might try it if you're still having issues.
Hi holnave, this is actually an issue when using IE11, if you use any other browser it will work just fine. We have reported it to our dev team and they have addressed this, it will no longer be an issue in the next release.
No recent changes. This happened upon discovery of nodes. Some nodes had their connections refused when manually downloading a config. I believe that is a firewall issue that can be resolved later.
The issue is with existing nodes with existing downloaded configs. Despite showing a history of config changes and downloads, the nodes don't appear in Config Management.
When the repair / reconfigure didn't do the trick you can reach out to your SolarWinds Sales Rep who in turn can organise technical support for you.
Have you checked your user account has NCM Admin Role assigned? It isn't done automatically when you make yourself an Admin. You have to scroll to the bottom of the User Account page and expand the NCM Settings portion. Then ensure you are Administrator Role.
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