Dell EMC OpenManage Integration Version 1.0.1 with Microsoft Windows Admin Center User’s Guide

Manage Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers

Ensure that:
  • You are logged in to Microsoft Windows Admin Center as a Gateway Administrator.
  • You must have installed the Dell EMC OpenManage Integration with Microsoft Windows Admin Center (OMIMSWAC) extension. For more information about the installation procedure, see the Dell EMC OpenManage Integration with Microsoft Windows Admin Center Installation Guide at
  • You have added server connections in Microsoft Windows Admin Center. For more information about adding server connections, see
  • The Redfish service is enabled in the iDRAC before connecting to a server from OMIMSWAC.
To manage PowerEdge servers:
  1. In the upper left corner of Windows Admin Center, select Server Manager from the drop-down menu.
  2. From the list, select a server connection, and then click Connect.

    NOTE: : If you have not entered the server credentials while adding the connection, you must enter the credentials when you are connecting to the server by selecting "Manage as".

  3. In the left pane of the Microsoft Windows Admin Center, under EXTENSIONS, click OpenManage Integration.
  4. To manage the servers, select:

NOTE: : A status icon represents the overall health status of the server.

NOTE: : The health and hardware inventory details are fetched from the devices each time the OpenManage Integration with Windows Admin Center extension is loaded. This might cause a delay in displaying the information.

NOTE: : For modular servers (YX2X, YX3X, and YX4X models of PowerEdge servers), the following information that is related to fans and power supplies are not displayed:

  • Health status
  • Attribute values in the hardware inventory table

NOTE: : For YX2X and YX3X models of PowerEdge servers with firmware version earlier than, information about the following components are not displayed:

  • Health status—Memory, storage controllers, storage enclosures, and physical disks.
  • Hardware inventory—Memory, storage controllers, storage enclosures, physical disks, network devices, and firmware.

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