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Working With NIC or CNA Profiles - Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Working With NIC or CNA Profiles You can configure the different attributes of specific network interface cards (NICs) or converged network adapters (CNAs) embedded in the system and save them to a profile. You can create and edit NIC or CNA profiles using th...

Using Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration - Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration M...
Using Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration This chapter discusses the various operations that you can perform after you install Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration on Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (Configuration Manager). Before you begin u...

System Viewer utility - Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
System Viewer utility The System Viewer utility allows you to perform various operations from the source system to a single target system discovered under All Dell Lifecycle Controller Servers on the Configuration Manager console. This utility works on a one-...

Launching the integrated Dell Remote Access Controller Console from the Task Viewer - Dell Lifecycle Controller Integration Version 3.0 for...
Launching the integrated Dell Remote Access Controller Console from the Task Viewer To launch the Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller console from the Task Viewer: Launch the Task Viewer by clicking the Dell icon on the task bar. This icon is displayed w...

Expansion Card Installation Guidelines - PowerEdge R920
Expansion Card Installation Guidelines Your system supports third Generation 10 PCIe expansion card slots that include one dedicated slot for PERC 9 storage card and one dedicated riser-slot for Network Daughter Card (NDC). Slot 1 connector functions as an x8...

Removing The Left Expansion Card Riser Blank - PowerEdge R920
Removing The Left Expansion Card Riser Blank CAUTION: Many repairs may only be done by a certified service technician. You should only perform troubleshooting and simple repairs as authorized in your product documentation, or as directed by the online or tele...

Installing The NDC Riser (I/O Riser 1) - PowerEdge R920
Installing The NDC Riser (I/O Riser 1) CAUTION: Many repairs may only be done by a certified service technician. You should only perform troubleshooting and simple repairs as authorized in your product documentation, or as directed by the online or telephone ...

Removing The Network Daughter Card - PowerEdge R920
Removing The Network Daughter Card CAUTION: Many repairs may only be done by a certified service technician. You should only perform troubleshooting and simple repairs as authorized in your product documentation, or as directed by the online or telephone serv...

Internal Dual SD Module - PowerEdge R920
Internal Dual SD Module NOTE: When the Redundancy option is set to Mirror Mode in the Integrated Devices screen of the System Setup, the information is replicated from one SD card to another. NOTE: Dual SD cards are not required; the module can operate with o...

Internal SD Card - PowerEdge R920

Removing An Internal SD Card - PowerEdge R920
Removing An Internal SD Card CAUTION: Many repairs may only be done by a certified service technician. You should only perform troubleshooting and simple repairs as authorized in your product documentation, or as directed by the online or telephone service an...

Creating a task sequence - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Creating a task sequence You can create a task sequence in two ways to configure your server: Create a Dell-specific task sequence using PowerEdge Server Deployment template. Create a custom task sequence. The task sequence proceeds to the next task sequence ...

Variable Replacement - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Variable Replacement The Variable Replacement tab allows you to use and configure task variables like: System Variables Task Sequence Variables Machine Variables Collection Variables

Configuring Set Boot Order - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Configuring Set Boot Order Right-click the task sequence and click Edit. The Task Sequence Editor window is displayed. Click Add > Dell Deployment > PowerEdge Server Configuration. The custom action for Dell server deployment is loaded. From the Configu...

Adding a new logical drive - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Adding a new logical drive Select the array and click Logical Drives > New Logical Drive. The Logical Drive Settings window is displayed. Under Create a logical drive, enter the exact number of gigabytes the logical drive must contain. Click OK to create t...

Creating a Dell specific task sequence - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Creating a Dell specific task sequence To create a Dell-specific task sequence using PowerEdge Server Deployment template: Launch Configuration Manager Console. The Configuration Manager Console screen is displayed. In the left pane, select Software Library &...

Importing XML - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Importing XML This menu item allows you to search for and import an existing Array Builder XML file. Format the XML file properly, else Configuration Manager automatically modifies the XML file and sends a notification of the change. To import an existing Arr...

Creating the bootable media for OS deployment - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Creating the bootable media for OS deployment In the left side of Configuration Manager, right-click Task Sequences and select Create Task Sequence Media . In the Select Media window, select Bootable Media. Select the Allow unattended operating system deploym...

Accessing documents from Dell support site - Dell Server Deployment Pack Version 3.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Accessing documents from Dell support site You can access the required documents in one of the following ways: Using the following links: For all Enterprise Systems Management documents — dell.com/softwaresecuritymanuals For Enterprise Systems Management docu...

Using Your System Password To Secure Your System - PowerEdge R920
Using Your System Password To Secure Your System NOTE: If you have assigned a setup password, the system accepts your setup password as an alternate system password. Turn on or reboot your system. Type your password and press <Enter>. When Password Stat...
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