Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

Make Devices Compliant

The Make Devices Compliant Wizard enables you to remediate the non-compliant devices. The fields displayed in the Make Devices Compliant Wizard are described in the following sections.

Name

Table 1. Name. The following table describes the fields that are displayed in the Name page.
Field Description
Name

Displays the name of the remediation task.

Select Devices

Table 2. Select Devices. The following table describes the fields that are displayed in the Select Devices page.
Field Description
Checkbox

Select a device or all the devices from the list of non-compliant devices.

Device Name

Displays the name of the device.

Service Tag

Displays the unique identifier assigned to the system.

Model

Displays the model name of the system. For example, PowerEdge R710.

Compliance Template

Displays the device configuration template that is associated to the device.

Inventory Last Run

Displays the date and time the last device configuration inventory was completed.

Non-Compliant Results

Displays the count of missing and non-compliant attributes.

Device Name

Displays the name of the device.

Compliance Result

Displays the compliance result of the device to the associated configuration baseline.

Component Name

Displays the name of the component that the attribute belongs to.

Attribute Name

Displays the name of the attribute.

Template Value

Displays the template value of the attribute.

Inventory Value

Displays the inventory value of the attribute.

Options

Table 3. Options. The following table describes the fields that are displayed in the Options page.
Field Description
Manual Server Reboot

Select to manually reboot the server during the maintenance period. The baselines associated with the chassis are deployed and the configuration changes are applied immediately.

  • NOTE: The configuration changes on the chassis will not result in the reboot of the servers associated with the particular chassis.
Automatic Server Reboot

Select to deploy the baselines associated with the devices immediately. If the configuration changes require the server to be rebooted, then a graceful shutdown is attempted first. If the graceful shutdown fails, then a force shutdown is carried out.

  • NOTE: The configuration changes on the chassis will not result in the reboot of the servers associated with the particular chassis.

Set Schedule

Table 4. Set Schedule. The following table describes the fields that are displayed in the Set Schedule page.
Field Description
Run now

Select to run the remediation task immediately.

Run at

Select to schedule a task at a required date and time.

Execution Credentials
User Name

Provide the user name configured on the device to run the task.

Password

Provide the password required to run the task.

Summary

Table 5. Summary. The following table describes the fields that are displayed in the Summary page.
Field Description
Name

Displays the name of the remediation task.

Non-Compliant Devices

Displays the selected non-compliant device name.

Reboot Option

Displays the selected reboot option.

Schedule

Displays the selected schedule to run the remediation task.


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