Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

Device Warranty Report

The Device Warranty Report is displayed when you click the warranty scoreboard notification icon warranty scoreboard notification on the OpenManage Essentials heading banner. The following are the fields displayed in the Device Warranty Report.
Table 1. Device Warranty Report. The following table describes the fields displayed in the Device Warranty Report.
All Devices with x days or less of warrantyDetermines which devices to include in the Device Warranty Report. Devices with warranty less than or equal to the specified days are included in the warranty report.
Include Expired WarrantiesSpecifies if devices with expired warranty (0 days) or no warranty information should be included in the warranty email notification.
PreviewDisplays the warranty report based on the criteria set in All Devices with x days or less of warranty.
OKCloses and saves any changes made to the Device Warranty Report.
View and Renew WarrantyDisplays a link you can click to open the Dell website from where you can view and renew the device warranty.

Device Name

Displays the system name that is unique and identifies the system on the network.


Displays the model information of the system.

Device Type

Displays the type of device. For example, server or Remote Access Controller.

Service Tag

Displays the specific unique bar code label identifier for the system.

Service Level Code

Displays the service level code such as parts only warranty (POW), next business day onsite (NBD), and so on for a particular system.

Warranty Type

Displays the warranty type. For example, initial, extended, and so on.

Warranty Description

Displays the warranty details applicable for the device.

Service Provider

Displays the name of the organization that will provide the warranty service support for the device.

Shipped Date

Displays the date on which the device was shipped from the factory.

Start Date

Displays the date from which the warranty is available.

End Date

Displays the date on which the warranty will expire.

Days Remaining

Displays the number of days the warranty is available for the device.

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