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Delete Max datasource rule count exceeded

Hello everyone.

I've read the other posts and followed all the recommendation but wanted to know if there is a way to determine which table was the affected. I don't want to delete everything because there is a possibility that some events would not be learned again and remain as 0.

These messages keep appearing on Windows devices but as far as I know you cannot turn on Parse as generic syslog on those, Right?

The KB77341 says I can only have 25,000 per category but what are the categories? Is a datasource a category?

If someone knows how to delete only the affected or would it be better to delete all auto learned rules?



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