You can use the DellPEPowerShellTools to find the iDRAC.
Once you have that info, you should be able to use Get-ADUser to find out if it is a domain member or not.Blog: http://lucd.info | Twitter: @LucD22 | PowerCLI Reference co-author: http://tinyurl.com/hkn4glz
So iDRAC can be integrated in two ways. One where the schema is extended so that your iDRAC's join the domain as an object or whether they are simply integrated via LDAP methods to allow domain authentication w/o domain schema extension.
The question is what info do you have to work with to figure out whether an iDRAC is a domain member or not.
Thanks LUcD, I will these feature and check if I get what was looking
All of my idrac is AD configured with Schema extended option.
I have all the lists of idrac fqdn , I just want to get the details of idrac which are still part of domain or not.