IDRAC with Lifecycle Controller V.,184.108.40.206
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Fixes & Enhancements
- Fixed an issue with firmware update using Simple Update action with OS deployment pack through Remote Share in Redfish.
- Fixed an issue that was causing the thermal attribute to display an output error during iDRAC reset.
- Fixed an issue wherein setting the BootSourceOverrideEnabled value to continuous was resulting in an error.
- Fixed an issue where the supported actions were not getting displayed when running a get operation on redfish/v1/Systems/System.Embedded.1/SecureBoot URI.
- Fixed an issue where updating the firmware using /redfish/v1/UpdateService/Actions/ UpdateService.SimpleUpdate URI wasrestarting the system.
- Fixed an issue which was causing the post operation to display an error-"FAIL: status code 503 returned" while importingthe server configuration profile in redfish.
- Fixed an issue with Micron MTFDDAK1T9TDD drives with firmware F003 were displaying incorrect values in WSMANresulting in failed compliance reporting.
- Fixed an issue that was causing higher fan speeds after iDRAC firmware was updated to version 220.127.116.11 in systems withsoftware RAID configuration.
- Fixed an issue causing sluggish iDRAC performance on PowerEdge R930.
- Fixed an issue wherein iDRAC UI and RACADM were displaying incorrect maximum memory capacity.
- Fixed an issue with iDRAC Virtual Console which was not accessible using ActiveX or HTML.
- Fixed an issue where iDRAC was running out of system memory due to increase in syslogd memory.
- Fixed an issue where iDRAC Virtual Console was failing to launch with an active directory user login.
- Fixed an issue wherein the power metrics support was not preset for Dell EMC PowerEdge C6320 and C6320p.
- Fixed an issue wherein the SSL certificate chain was not getting reported entirely through Open SSL.
- Fixed CVE-2020-11868
- Added support for Samsung (PM1733, PM1735) NVMe drives.
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