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Dell EMC OpenManage Integration for Microsoft System Center Version 7.2 for System Center Configuration Manager and System Center Virtual Machine Manager Best Practices Guide

Resources required for managing

Use this guide to check for required privileges and solve any problems encountered in .

To troubleshoot any issues faced in , ensure that you have the following resources:

  • Read-only user’s account details to login to Appliance and perform various operations.

    For logging in as a read-only user from Appliance VM, enter user name as readonly with the same password used to login to Appliance VM.

  • Log files having high level and complete details of the errors:
    • Activity logs—contains user specific, and high-level information about the jobs initiated in , and status of jobs run in . To view activity logs, go to Jobs and Logs page in console extension.
    • Complete logs —contains Administrator-related logs, and multiple detailed logs specific to scenarios in . To view the complete logs, go to Jobs and Logs page in Admin portal, Settings, and then Logs.
    • LC Logs—contain server level information, detailed error messages on operations performed in . To download and view the LC Logs, see Dell EMC OpenManage Integration for Microsoft System Center for System Center Configuration Manager and System Center Virtual Machine Manager User’s Guide.

      NOTE: : For troubleshooting individual devices from iDRAC or OpenManage Enterprise Module (OME-Modular) page, launch , click Configuration and Deployment page, launch the respective view, and then click the device IP URL.

NOTE: : SCVMM server Administrator user should not be an SCVMM service account.

NOTE: : If you are upgrading from SC2012 VMM SP1 to SC2012 VMM R2, then upgrade to Windows PowerShell 4.0.


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