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[HDGEM] iDRAC SM-CLP Command Line Example

To see all targets and properties in the address space, use the -l all option, as in the following command:

show -l all -d properties /

Using the -level Option

The show -level option executes show over additional levels beneath the specified target. For example, if you want to see the username and userid properties of the account1 through account16 targets beneath /system1/sp1, you could enter the following command:

show -l 1 -d properties=(userid,username) /system1/sp1/account*

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