You must first install OpenManage Server Administrator in Windows, then the instructions are step-by-step and simple to follow ... instructions won't make sense without the software.
I installed OMSA but when I try to Run the Server administrator it will ask me to enter USERNAME and PASSWORD but I did not enter Password when I installed the WIN 2003. I just enter username, product ID, Workgroup, Organization,
So how I can pass this LogIn interface?
You login using the local machine administrator account. If this is a domain server, you can also login using a domain admin account.
It is not Domain member. I tried with local account and It is not login with local machine account . The local Machine username is Administrator and has no Password. Please tell me if you have other means.
You would be best to set a password and try again. There's no reason for a server to not have a password. It may be that the login URL just won't accept a blank password.
Just like many things in Windows (like Remote Desktop), you cannot have a blank password to login to OMSA. Create a password for Administrator, then log in.
Also ... put your local machine, port 1311 in IE's Intranet Zone, and it should automatically login, unless you disabled that feature.
Now I can login by doing what you said !! But when logged in I can not see Storage, PERC. I can only see System on the left side and Health Summary,asset information etc on top bar. Where do I find Storage Management?
Run the OMSA installation again (C:\Openmanage\windows\setup.exe) and choose Custom and make sure that Storage Management (and all sub-features) is checked to be installed. If it already is installed, you likely need to update your system firmware (BIOS, ESM/BMC, RAID) for Storage Management to pick up the storage devices.
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