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Dell OpenManage login help

Posted on 2013-05-23
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I just installed Open Manage on a new server.  I've got it on all my Dell servers and never had this problem.  
At the login screen I enter Administrator and my password.  It fails.  Then I try it again and check the Active Directory Login box and it still fails.  See attached login screen.

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by:PowerEdgeTech
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Don't check the Active Directory box.  You are using a local or domain admin account?  Try adding yourservernameorip:1311 to IE's Intranet Zone.  Are you accessing this remotely or locally to the machine.
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by:J.R. Sitman
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Adding it to the Intranet didn't help.
Accessing it remotely.
I tried it with Chrome and got the attached error.
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Can you access it locally (https://localhost:1311/)?
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by:J.R. Sitman
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Yes that worked, but in Chrome it states Browser type not supported.
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Yeah, chrome is hit/miss; firefox "usually" works, but it is designed for IE.
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Thanks
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