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Server name is missing from Level2: IBM Director Agents group

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Hi Guys,

Just found out today that my manager deleted one of our Servers from the IBM Director Agents group in the IBM Director Console! She did this so the server would stop reporting errors with the Power supply.

Anyways I've sorted out the filter problem but would now like the Server added back into the IBM Director Agent Group. The Server is still located in the Physical Platforms group and is visible in the IBM Director console.

I logged into the Server and also checked and verfied that the IBM Director Agent Level2 software services where indeed up and running as well.

I also tried to do a discover of all IBM Director Agent Level 2 software from the IBM Director Console but that doesn't seem to have worked!

Any ideas?

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Please post uname -a and oslevel -r from involved systems.
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thanks
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