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OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter Version 5.2 User's Guide

View host credential profile

  1. On the OMIVV home page, click Compliance & Deployment > Host Credential Profile.
    A table displays all the host credential profiles along with the following information:
    • Profile Name—Name of the host credential profile
    • Description—Profile description, if provided
    • vCenter—FQDN, or hostname, or IP address of the associated vCenter
    • Associated Hosts—The hosts that are associated with the host credential profile. If more than one associated hosts are present, use the expand icon to display all.
    • iDRAC Certificate Check—Indicates if the iDRAC certificate is verified when creating a host credential profile.
    • Host Root Certificate Check—Indicates if the host root certificate is verified when creating a host credential profile.
    • Date Created—Date when the host credential profile is created.
    • Date Modified—Date when the host credential profile is modified.
    • Last Modified By—Details of the user who modified the host credential profile.
    NOTE If the PowerEdge MX host is managed using the chassis credential profile, the OMIVV indicates it as associated to a chassis credential profile. For more information, see View chassis credential profile.
  2. If you want to remove or add the column names from the wizard, click Select Column iocn.
    By default, the Date Modified and Last Modified columns are not selected. To select these columns, click Select Columns icon.
  3. To export the host credential profile information, click Export icon.

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