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Dell OpenManage Server Administrator Managed Node(windows - 64 bit), v8.3

"Dell OpenManage Server Administrator (OMSA) provides a comprehensive, one-to-one systems management solution in two ways: from an integrated,
web browser-based graphical user interface (GUI) and from a command line interface (CLI) through the operating system.
Server Administrator is designed for system administrators to manage systems locally and remotely on a network. It allows system administrators to focus on managing their entire network by providing comprehensive one-to-one systems management."

Fixes & Enhancements

The following problems are reported in earlier releases of Server Administrator and have been corrected in this release:
- Connection service crash in Windows OS after enabling/disabling session timeout in OMSA.
- PCIeSSD Drives are showing up in the OMSA slots view instead of the Brdige Card.
- NIC and TEAMED NIC association corrected.
- Add attacheement failure fixed on Safari 8.0
- Mellanox card doesnt display all the interface names (ports) in OMSA after we reboot server.
- Omacs crash if new network interfaces appear.
- Broadcom NXII duplicate nic info is showing in OMSA gui after flashing the driver.
- Command log message is not generated for SSL Protocol setting in GUI.
- OMSA reporting Degraded for Unknown Reason status under Hardware Performance.
- OMSA spawning kipmi0 thread even on 12G/13G where IPMI should use interrupts.
- NVMe:Slot occupancy report was displaying single backplane ID and backplane name in GUI and CLI.
- Concatenated option is observed in RAID LEVEL during VD creation in stpe of OMSS.
- OMSS GUI Display improper PD list for successfull RAID to NON RAID conversion on ESXi 5.5.
- After enclosure hot plug fromSAS12Gbps HBA-OMSA showing Enclosure presence.
- OMSA GUI shows BACKPLANE info for T130 server; but T130 is a CABLED HDD config.
- Unassign GHS shows up for PCIe SSD NVMe Disks.
- NVMe PCIeSSD drivers are not sensing in OMSS on RHEL 7.2
- RAID Level Migration from RAID1 to RAID10 without adding any Physical Disks in OMSS GUI with PERC9.2 FW

The release highlights of Server Administrator are:

1. Support for following server:
- PowerEdge Server R830

2. Support for the following Operating Systems:
- Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Service Pack 1.
- Red hat Enterprise Linux 7.2
NOTE: Citrix XenServer Operating System support has been dropped for Server Administrator and Storage Management.

3. Support for following Web Browser:
- Google Chrome Version 45
- Mozilla Firefox Version 40

4.Support for following features:
- GP-GPU card enablement on C4130
- SNMP Test Trap Button feature on all Linux Operating System.
- Notifying presence of iDRAC on Dell Servers.

5. Added new functionalities inStorage Management:
- Support for 2.5-inch 4KB SATA drivers on PERC 9 family of hardware controllers.
- Support for rear SATA on PowerEdge R730XD connected to software RAID S130 controller.
- Support for PMC SAS Expander on PowerEdge R730.
- Support for Samsung PM1725 NVMe device.
- Support for flexible backplane zoning functionality on backplanes with 24 slots - PowerEdge R630 and PowerEdge R730XD.
- Support for setting Disk Cache Policy at Physical Disk and Virtual Disk level on software RAID S130 controller.
- Support for setting Non-RAID disk cache policy on PERC9 controllers.
- Support for HBA H330 Adapter/Mini Controller.

NOTE: For then list of supported Operating Systems and Dell Servers, see the Dell Systems Software Support Matrix in the required version on OpenManage Software at

NOTE: For more information about the features introduced in this release, see the Server Administrator contect-sensitve online help.


Version 8.3, A00


Systems Management

Release date

29 Mar 2016

Last Updated

16 Aug 2016


Available formats

File Format:Application
File Name:OM-SrvAdmin-Dell-Web-WINX64-8.3.0-1908_A00.exe
Download Type:HTTP
File Size: 201 MB
Format Description:Application
To ensure the integrity of your download, please verify the checksum value.

By downloading, you accept the terms of the Dell Software License Agreement.

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7.1.0,A00 27 Jun 20123:45:20 AM
7.0.2,A00 23 May 20127:27:48 PM
7.0.0,A00 07 Mar 20122:12:31 AM
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Server 2008 x64
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows Server 2008 R2
Applies to
OpenManage Server Administrator Managed Node
Installation instructions
1. Click the Download File link to download the file.
2. When the File Download window appears, click Save to save the file to your hard drive.

NOTE - The file contains the compressed 64-bit Open Manage Server Administrator installer.

Extract Files
1. Browse to the location where the file is downloaded and double-click the new file to unzip the downloaded package.
2. Specify the location to unzip the files.
3. Click on the unzip button to extract files.

1. Browse to the location where the files are unzipped and run the setup.exe
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