You can configure single or multiple iDRAC7 users using RACADM.
If you are configuring a new iDRAC7 or if you have used the racadm racresetcfg command, the only current user is root with the password calvin. The racresetcfg subcommand resets the iDRAC7 to the default values.
If the cfgUserAdminUserName object has no value, that index number, which is indicated by the cfgUserAdminIndex object, is available for use. If a name is displayed after the "=", that index is taken by that user name.
When you manually enable or disable a user with the racadm config subcommand, you must specify the index with the - i option.
Observe that the cfgUserAdminIndex object displayed in the previous example contains a '#' character. It indicates that it is a read-only object. Also, if you use the racadm config - f racadm.cfg command to specify any number of groups/objects to write, the index cannot be specified. This behavior allows more flexibility in configuring multiple iDRAC7 with the same settings.