The answer is that you have to log into the Drac and the type https://x.x.x.x/cgi/vkvm it then loads.
Has anyone manged to use their Drac 4i card with Java 7? The main problem is the console how do you get this to work.
I've found an alternate workaround because the above workaround--DRAC-IP/cgi/vkvm--doesn't work for me (my ISA is blocking operation of the VNC/VKVM): I have installed current versions of both Java 7 (currently 7u5) and Java 6 (currently 6u33). When I want to connect to the DRAC 4 console, I go to Windows Control Panel and click on the Java applet. When the applet opens, I click on the Java tab, and then View. Both Java 1.7 and Java 1.6 are enabled. I disable Java 1.7 (leaving Java 1.6 enabled), then click OK, then Apply. Now when I try to connect to the DRAC 4 console, Java 6 loads, and I can once again see the server desktop. When done, I return to the Java applet, disable Java 1.6 and re-enable Java 1.7.
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