Proactive change management:
Real-time change detection helps the administrator detect changes immediately. It also gives a detailed report about who made the change
, whether it's an authorized change or not, and what exactly the change was. This gives admins better visibility into their networks and helps them manage the network efficiently.
Revert unwanted changes: Real-time change tracking allows admins to revert unwanted changes in critical devices before they affect the functioning of that network device. As soon as a change is detected, the admin can decide on the spot if the change is necessary or not. This helps avoid possible network outages and reduces downtime in network devices.
Color-coded change differentiation:
When a change is detected, the admin can view what the changes are using the diff-view.
Using diff view, the administrator can view the deleted, added, and modified configuration lines which appear in various different colors that make them easy to identify.
Reports on configuration changes: Configuration change reports provide the date, time, and other details of a change.
You can apply filters and view reports on a particular device or a device group. For example, if you want to view changes made in a Cisco device group, you can apply filters and view a change report on Cisco devices alone. Network Configuration Manager also enables users to export reports in PDF format.
Real-time change detection simplifies configuration change management and helps users gain full control over their network devices.