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Can't edit object properties with NMS 10.0.0.1

Can't edit object properties with NMS 10.0.0.1

Can't edit object properties with NMS 10.0.0.1

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I have 15+ 450 stacks of different sizes.  All are running SW 4.2.0.16.  Every time I add one switch to the NMS database, if I try to edit it later, for example, the IP label or the DNS label, it doesn't save the change.  It neither gives me an error message or a failed operation message.  How can I edit those labels after I've created the objects?

RE: Can't edit object properties with NMS 10.0.0.1

do the following to successfully save the changes. After entering the property value. Please move the Cursor on to the other property of the object before clicking Apply or Ok button. This is bug, and optivity people from Nortel Networks said that they are going to fix in next rlease.

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