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JKytsi
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ILO password change from OA CLI

Hi,
I am trying to change default ILO passwords in blade servers from OA CLI

hponcfg all << <*>







<*>

This is the info from OA

HPONCFG {NOAUTOLOGIN} [ALL | {[ , | - ] }] [ << marker> | {}]: Send a RIBCL script to the specified ProLiant
servers with the access level/privilege of the current user. Specify
NOAUTOLOGIN to use the login credentials in the script as is. The script may be
downloaded from a tftp, ftp, http or https URL. The results of which may
optionally be uploaded to a tftp or ftp location. To enter a RIBCL script
manually, type the "<<" marks and a string that does not appear within the RIBCL
script (so called end marker). Next, paste in the RIBCL script. Terminate the
command with the end marker.

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Raghuarch
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

Hi Jarkko,

You are not giving the Password when you try to Login.
Please try the below Modified Script.

hponcfg all << <*>









<*>

Regards,
Raghuarch
JKytsi
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

Hi,
It does not need user/password because You are allready logged in as OA Administrator.
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JKytsi
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

Hi,
I don't think there is username/passwd needed, because it should use current user credentials (OA Administrator).

OA-001CC415A5E9> hponcfg all << x









Request file does not contain a RIBCL element. Please check your script or script download location. Aborting
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Jimmy Vance
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

I'm not sure about sending it through the OA, but if your running hponcfg on a system to modify that systems iLO settings, the XML does not use the credentials listed in the



line but the line does need to be present in the XML for hponcfg to function properly




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JKytsi
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

Has anyone even managed to run RIBCL scripts through OA ?
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Raghuarch
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

Hi Jarkko,

You are right, the OA does a Auto Login.
How ever you should include the LOGIN line, it doesn't validate the username (Try a dummy username and password it works).

I think the format of the RIBCL script is standard it requires that LOGIN lines.



JKytsi
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

I am using the very same RIBCL xml file where is the login parameters too, but still it just gives me no go... just complaining about RIBCL elements.
If someone has managed to run this from OA, could You please paste the format here.
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Alex Morris
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JKytsi
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Re: ILO password change from OA CLI

Mee too ..now =)
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