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Near Field Communication (NFC) using the QuickSync feature - Poweredge FC630
Near Field Communication (NFC) using the QuickSync feature Using the QuickSync feature, you can: View basic server information such as Service Tag, MAC address, NIC data, firmware versions, operating system, and so on. View log and monitoring information of a...

Lifecycle log - Poweredge FC630
Lifecycle log Lifecycle logs contain entries for configuration and firmware updates of BIOS, Storage Controllers, LOMs, and add-in NIC cards, if supported. The Lifecycle log can be exported to a network share or saved to a USB drive. The Lifecycle Log is acce...

Firmware inventory - Poweredge FC630
Firmware inventory Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services provide information about each of the component firmware installed on the target system and the available firmware images are cached in the Lifecycle Controller. Additional information contained in the a...

Maintain - Poweredge FC630
Maintain Using various Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services capabilities, you can maintain the health of a system throughout its lifecycle. You can use features such as remote firmware management, part replacement, server profile import or export, and provisi...

Firmware update - Poweredge FC630
Firmware update You can update or rollback component firmware from a network resource. A rollback operation is used to install the previous version of a component firmware. It also provides the ability to update using a repository and schedule automatic updat...

Part replacement - Poweredge FC630
Part replacement The Part Replacement feature allows you to automatically update firmware and configure newly replaced components, and match the settings with the original part. This is a licensed feature which is enabled by default. When a component is repla...

Job types - Poweredge FC630
Job types There are two types of jobs — system-created jobs (implicit) and user-created jobs (explicit). System-created jobs are created when you run specific Remote Services tasks. For example, Remote Services features such as export hardware inventory, expo...

Profiles - Poweredge FC630
Profiles Profiles describe the behavior of each feature and necessary classes, properties, methods, and configurable management attributes that represent the feature. The Profile documents explain the features supported by the Lifecycle Controller-Remote Serv...

Web service description language - Poweredge FC630
Web service description language The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) is an XML-based language that is used for describing the functionality offered by a web service. A WSDL description of a web service (also referred to as a WSDL file) provides a mac...

Event message registry XML - Poweredge FC630
Event message registry XML The message registry XML describes all messages, message IDs, and message arguments from all profiles. This zipped file contains the iDRAC and Lifecycle Controller event and error message data in XML, conforming to the DMTF DSP0228 ...

Social media reference - Poweredge FC630
Social media reference To obtain the most up-to-date information, go to the Dell TechCenter and search for the required information. Table 1. Product Information Product Name and topic Link on Dell TechCenter Lifecycle Controller

Notes, cautions, and warnings - PowerEdge M630
Notes, cautions, and warnings NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer. CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem. WARNING: A WAR...

Where can the Lifecycle Controller API be used from? - PowerEdge M630
Where can the Lifecycle Controller API be used from? Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services is a standards-based interface that enables consoles to integrate, for example, bare-metal provisioning and one-to-many operating system deployments for remotely located...

Who can use the API? - PowerEdge M630
Who can use the API? Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services features are available based on the type of license (that is, Basic Management, iDRAC Express, iDRAC Express for Blades, or iDRAC Enterprise) you purchase. Only licensed features are available in the i...

How is one-to-many management achieved? - PowerEdge M630
How is one-to-many management achieved? A management station sends WS-MAN commands over a network and the WS-MAN commands pass securely through the network from outside the firewall and maintain security.

Remote Services Features - PowerEdge M630
Remote Services Features Using Lifecycle Controller-Remote Services, you can perform the following operations: Deploy and Configure Monitor Maintain Create and schedule jobs

Server configuration profiles - PowerEdge M630
Server configuration profiles The server configuration profiles file contains the component configuration information that is used to apply the configuration for BIOS, iDRAC, RAID, NIC, FC-HBA, System, and Lifecycle Controller by importing the file to a targe...

Configuring advance security using hash password - PowerEdge M630
Configuring advance security using hash password You can set user passwords and BIOS passwords using a one-way hash format in iDRAC available on the 13th generation Dell PowerEdge servers. The user authentication mechanism is not affected (except for SNMPv3 a...

System event log - PowerEdge M630
System event log The Lifecycle Log contains events related to system, storage devices, network devices, firmware updates, configuration changes, license messages, and so on. However, the system events are also available as a separate log called the System Eve...

SupportAssist Collection - PowerEdge M630
SupportAssist Collection SupportAssist Collection is used to provide information about health report of hardware, Operating System (OS), and software applications installed on a server. This feature includes application information collected by Dell System E-...
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