iDRAC cmdlet using Redfish API to change iDRAC user password. Once the iDRAC user password has changed, cmdlet will execute GET command to validate the new password was set. If using dash or single quote in your current or new password, make sure to surround the password value with double quotes.

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Install-Module -Name Invoke-ChangeIdracUserPasswordREDFISH

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Install-PSResource -Name Invoke-ChangeIdracUserPasswordREDFISH

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
8.0.0 (current version) 41 10/24/2022
7.0.0 34 4/12/2022
6.0.0 28 1/5/2022
5.0.0 22 11/18/2021
4.0.0 19 11/18/2021
3.0.0 21 11/16/2021
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