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Setting up iDRAC 6 with Let's Encrypt SSL Certificates

Get a Let's Encrypt cert. Once you've done, that, you will have several files: cert.pem, chain.pem, fullchain.pem, and privkey.pem. On Windows, open Admin PowerShell. Do racadm -r -u root -p calvin sslkeyupload -t 1 -f .\privkey.pem to upload the private key (replace the username/password as needed). Now do racadm -r -u root -p calvin sslcertupload -t 1 -f .\cert.pem to upload the cert.pem file. Wait a bit (maybe five minutes), and iDRAC will work with SSL. Ignore the full chain, we don't need that.

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