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Dell OpenManage Integration with Microsoft Windows Admin Center Version 3.0 User’s Guide

View HCI Configuration Profile compliance summary

OpenManage Integration computes the compliance using the following types of Dell HCI Configuration Profile policies and displays the report.
  • Dell Infrastructure LockDown Policy—Checks whether the HCI cluster infrastructure is locked.
  • Dell Hardware Symmetry Policy—Checks whether cluster nodes have validated and supported hardware components and consist of symmetrical hardware configurations. For more information about checks, see HCI configuration profile.
  • Dell HCI Hardware Configuration Policy—Checks whether cluster nodes have Dell Technologies recommended BIOS, NIC, and iDRAC configurations.
  • Dell OS Configuration Policy—Checks whether cluster nodes have Dell Technologies and Microsoft recommended operating system configurations.

If the compliance summary is already generated, the last report is displayed with the timestamp. In this case, theRe-Check Compliance button is enabled. You can click Re-Check Compliance to see the latest compliance report.

The compliance summary is divided into three sections:
  • Overall Compliance shows the overall compliance of the cluster such as compliance percentage, number of policies compliant, and the total number of policies from the displayed policy types.
  • Overall Compliance State shows overall compliance of the cluster using a doughnut chart. The color codes in the doughnut chart indicate different compliance types. Select a color code to filter the respective policy details and its cluster nodes. For example, when you select the red color code, policies that are not compliant and its respective cluster nodes are displayed. The compliance state icons are explained below:
    • (Compliant): Shows that all cluster nodes are compliant with all Dell policies.
    • (Errors): Shows if any cluster node is not compliant with Dell Hardware Symmetry Policy.
    • (Warnings): Shows if any cluster node is not compliant with any optional policies.
    • (Unknown): Shows if any cluster node inventory could not be retrieved when the node is down or not reachable.
  • Policy Summary shows compliance of each cluster node and its components for each policy types.
    • Policy Name—Name of Dell policies.
    • Description—Description of Dell policies.
    • Overall Status—Overall compliance of the cluster for each policy types.
    • Overall State—Shows the number of policies that are compliant out of total number of policies and its percentage.
    • Errors—Shows the number policies that are noncompliant and must be fixed.
    • Warnings—Shows the number of policies that are noncompliant and should be fixed.
    • Unknown—Shows the number of unknown issues such as unable to retrieve data from a cluster node.
    • Details—To see more information about each node, components in the node, and their compliance status, click Details.


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