Dell EMC OpenManage Integration Version 1.1.0 with Microsoft Windows Admin Center User’s Guide

Step 2: Viewing compliance report and selecting components—Target node components

The update compliance details are computed, and the compliance report is displayed. The doughnut chart represents the number of components in compliant, urgent, recommended, and optional states using color codes. The compliance report provides a detailed view of all the components that contains: component name, current version, type, baseline version, compliance status, criticality, and Compliance Type.
Attribute names Description
Component Name Specifies component name.

For example: Serial-ATA_Firmware_6FGD4_WN64_E012_A00

Compliance Specifies compliance type whether compliant or non-compliant.
  • Compliant - Target nodes in this category have the same versions of BIOS, drivers, firmware, and system management application as that of the imported catalog.
  • Non-Compliant - Target nodes in this category require BIOS, drivers, firmware, or system management application updates.
Criticality Specifies whether compliance is urgent, recommended, or optional.
  • Urgent - The update contains changes to improve the reliability and availability of the Dell EMC system or related component. Therefore, apply this update immediately.
  • Recommended - The update contains feature enhancements or changes that help keep the system software current and compatible with other system modules (firmware, BIOS, drivers, and system management application).
  • Optional - The update contains changes that impact only certain configurations, or provides new features that may/may not apply to the environment. Review the update specifications to determine if it applies to the system.
Current Version Specifies the current component version.

For example: E012

Baseline Version Specifies the version belongs to the imported catalog. For example: E013
Type Specifies the component type. For example: Firmware, BIOS, Driver, Application
Compliance Type Specifies whether the component is Upgradable, Downgradable, or Same.
  • Upgradable: Component can be upgraded from the current version.
  • Downgradable: Component can be downgraded from the current version.
  • Same: Component current verison is same as the baseline version.
  1. By default, all the non-compliant upgradable components are selected.

    Clear the selected components or select the non-compliant downgradable components that you want to update. However, if you want to change any of the default selections, ensure that the dependencies between the corresponding component firmware and drivers are met.

  2. Once components are selected for update, under Compliance Details, click Next: Summary to proceed to the summary report page for confirmation.
    NOTE: When components are selected and confirmed, if lockdown mode is enabled in iDRAC on the target node, an error occurs and you cannot proceed to update. Disable the lockdown mode on the target node that is being managed by OMIMSWAC before updating the target node. To disable iDRAC system lockdown mode, see iDRAC documents.
    • To change the components selection during update operation, in the Summary tab, click Back to go to the Compliance Details tab, and select or clear the selection of components.
    • If you want to change the update source and rerun the compliance, click Exit to go to the Update Source.
NOTE: If a catalog does not contain updates to a component, then the component is not displayed in the compliance report generated by using OpenManage Integration with Microsoft Windows Admin Center integration.

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