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Openmange is designed to specifically work with dell hardware (similarly to HP SIM). SCOM will utilize either in order to resolve issues so long as the management pack is installed. For openmanage the management pack is here
For anyone else receiving this error, I have encountered it multiple times now setting up new servers and have been able to consistently resolve it by completing computer certificate enrollment for the server with my ADCS server. This is assuming your server is a part of AD. Essentially, it appears the "configure HTTPS listener" button in the installer ...
I haven't used DMC (which is free) because it doesn't support Windows 2003 x64 or Windows 2008 (at all) as a host OS. We use IT Assistant to keep track of our Dell hardware and occasionally to push out firmware/driver updates. It is pretty easy to set up - just add your network ranges, discover your servers, and define queries to get the information you ...
I think the latets version of DOMSA is 6.5.0, 2247_A01. Available here: ...
The best way to fix this is to contact Dell. It's their software and nobody knows the ins and outs like they would. Regardless if you have a warranty on it, they will still support their product.
First, make sure you can see the PERC controller and disks under the "Storage" part of the menu on the left side of the screen. If you can't see the controller and drives, then your PERC firmware probably needs to be updated. Once you have determined that your server storage is visible to OpenManage/ServerAdministrator, you can click on "Storage" (or ...
Just a quick update on DMC - version 2.0 was released in late 2010 and it now supports both Windows 2008 R2 and 64 bit. Actually the 2.0 version supports only 2008 R2 64-bit, so if you need a 32-bit version you should stick to DMC 1.x
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