DELL OPENMANAGE

I was upgrading our dell openmanage on a server by first removing the old version and then I installed the new version 5.5. Once I rebooted and tried to logon it gave me login failed, I tried a couple of passwords but no luck. Any suggestions.
GGIANATAsked:
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65tdRetiredCommented:
Is 5.5 supported for that server?
Any Server Assistant events in the event log?

Try re-installing.
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dellservertechCommented:
there is a program call OMClean.exe

Use "srvadmin\support\OMClean\OMClean.exe" found on your "Installation and Server Management" CD to remove the old version of Dell OpenManage

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/software/smsom/4.4.1/en/Readme/Readme_ins.txt

And that's a good point 65td; what model server do you have? if you had omsa installed it shouldn't matter, but still.

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GGIANATAuthor Commented:
the cleanup worked.

Thanks
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