It gives malformed url as an error. Using just my hostname:1311 yeilds certificate error. Then, with just hostname:1311 and ignore certificate warnings checked the error message is internal error.
My default browser, Firefox, didn't like any of my password. However, taking the link "https://localhost:1311" and pasting into IE worked fine for me when using the local Server 2008 OS admin user name and password.
I have 3 Servers that are Dell PowerEdge SC1435, PE2950 and a PE2850. I installed OMSA on all 3. It says if I have a password on the Admin Account it will let me login, However that is not the case I put in the host name, then username Administrator and the password and it erros out saying bad login credentials.
Could someone point me in the right direction on how I can resolve this.
The host name is not 'administrator'.
Username should be in the format: domain\username and its password. Don't check the Active Directory box if present.
User MUST be a member of the server's Administrator group or a Domain Admin. User MUST have a password.
Use IE, add server to Intranet Zone and try. You MUST be logged in as the admin user. Turn off IE Security Config (at least for administrators).