To allow large groups of elements to be enabled/disabled
Example: A Catalyst 4510 chassis has 384 copper interfaces, it is also discovered with a ‘controlled’ & ‘uncontrolled’ element for each interface totalling 1152 elements. Should you wish to add/remove interfaces then the only options are all, none or individually un/checking 100’s of elements. The same applies to muting alerts. This could be easily resolved through the use of the ‘Shift’ and ‘Ctl’ keys that are standard application options for selecting element groups.
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