Logging in to
iDRAC as local user, Active Directory user, or LDAP user
log in to iDRAC using the web interface, make sure that you have configured
a supported web browser and the user account is created with the required privileges.
NOTE: The user name is
not case-sensitive for an Active Directory user. The password
is case-sensitive for all users.
NOTE: In addition to Active
Directory, openLDAP, openDS, Novell eDir, and Fedora-based directory
services are supported.
To log in to iDRAC as local user,
Active Directory user, or LDAP user:
Open a supported web browser.
Address field, type
https://[iDRAC-IP-address] and press <Enter>.
NOTE: If the
default HTTPS port number (port 443) was changed, enter:
[iDRAC-IP-address] is the iDRAC IPv4 or
IPv6 address and
[port-number] is the HTTPS port
Login page is displayed.
For a local user:
Password fields, enter your iDRAC user name and password.
Domain drop-down menu, select
For an Active Directory user, in the
Password fields, enter the Active Directory
user name and password. If you have specified the domain name as a
part of the username, select
This iDRAC from
the drop-down menu. The format of the user name can be: <domain>\<username>,
<domain>/<username>, or <user>@<domain>.
For example, dell.com\john_doe, or JOHN_DOE@DELL.COM.
If the domain is not specified in the user name, select the Active
Directory domain from the
For an LDAP user, in the
Password fields, enter your LDAP user
name and password. Domain name is not required for LDAP login. By
This iDRAC is selected in the drop-down
Submit. You are logged in
to iDRAC with the required user privileges.
If you log in with Configure Users privileges and the default
account credentials, and if the default password warning feature is
Default Password Warning page
is displayed allowing you to easily change the password.