As I'm currently sitting here working with a Dell Gen 13 and a Gen 15 simultaneously, can we just take a minute to thank Dell for the massive improvements in the iDrac from iDrac 8 to iDrac 9? (Literally, the Gen 13 is black and white, the Gen 15 is much lighter white/light blue).
The UI is just vastly improved all around.
Summary: You can view information about the currently installed hardware components that are internal to the system chassis and the configuration for each component. All the currently installed hardware components such as fans, PCI devices, NICs, DIMMs, PSU, and their properties and values are displayed. You can export this information to a compressed XML file and then to a USB drive or network share. The XML file is saved in the following format: HardwareInventory_<servicetag>_<timestamp>.xml.
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