How do I move a device to a new site or cloud?

How do I move a device to a new site or cloud?

Moving a device to a new site

You can move a device to a new site in one of two ways:

Select the "Move to Site..." option from the device's main menu, or:

Select one or more device records from the "devices" page, then from the bulk actions menu, choose "Move to Site...".

Next, choose the new site from the dropdown on the popup to which you'd like to move your device(s).

After you move a device that is inheriting site-level configuration settings to a new site, it will then update its configuration to match the new site's settings.

Moving  a device to a new cloud

You cannot currently move a device to another cloud at this time, except by deleting the device from its current cloud, and then registering it on the new cloud.
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