Dell PowerEdge servers have featured robust security for several generations, including the innovation of using silicon-based data security. As a key management component in Dell PowerEdge servers, the integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) offers industry-leading security features that adhere to and are certified against well-known NIST standards, Common Criteria, and FIPS-140-2.
For more information about iDRAC's certifications and standards see the white paper -
Managing Web Server Certificates on iDRAC .
The iDRAC development team focuses on providing best in class server management capabilities and ensures that these can be exercised to meet a user's security requirements. The purpose of this document is to describe the security features offered by iDRAC9 that can be configured by the end user and provide the recommended settings and procedures that are required to maximize the security posture of the system.
The intended audience for this document includes system administrators who are responsible for maintaining and deploying servers and ensuring that network and infrastructure security best practices are followed.
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The Security Configuration Guide intends to be a reference. The guidance is provided based on a diverse set of installed systems and may not represent the actual risk/guidance to your local installation and individual environment. It is recommended that all users determine the applicability of this information to their individual environments and take appropriate actions. All aspects of this Security Configuration Guide are subject to change without notice and on a case-by-case basis. Your use of the information contained in this document or materials linked herein is at your own risk. Dell reserves the right to change or update this document in its sole discretion and without notice at any time.