After a few minutes of ‘Reading Catalog’ and ‘Writing data to database’ we should be good to go to continue with the creation of our repository.
Now it is time to create a new repository which will pull down the updates for the hardware existing within our m1000e.
Point to the location where you have copied the file and ensure that ‘Latest Updates for all devices’ is selected.
On the Summary screen ensure that all of the OS components are selected.
Terrified music labels essentially decided we were all thieves and couldn't be trusted.
Because of that paranoia, when the i Tunes store launched, all the songs were wrapped in DRM.
This just ensures that no matter what OS we have on the blades (Linux, Windows, ESXi) we will get the proper firmware packages needed to deploy.
After a few minutes we should be redirected back to our main screen of DRM with the focus on our newly created repository.
Click on the Cloud icon in the list view of your music.To do so, select ‘Source-View Dell Online Catalog’.In the dialog box shown simply click ‘Yes’ to update your database.To find all your "protected" music in i Tunes, in the List view click on "Kind" to order your music by the type of file it is.Should you not see the "Kind" option, click on "View" and select "Show View Options" in the Menu bar.