So I figured I would post my question here and hopefully someone could in-turn tell me what site exactly to post this on (if there is even a site to ask this). It is IT related but not truly technical, just informational.
A lot of users know the default Dell password of "calvin" for iDRAC, yet no one seems to know where it came from (as this is a pretty weird default password). Out of all of the default passwords that are generically used, "calvin" seems like a one off where there has to be a reason someone chose this (must be some technical term or acronym I just do not understand). I cannot seem to find online why "calvin" was chosen as the default password (or what exactly it stands for/means), so I am hoping someone else would know (purely information and I enjoy random facts). Does anyone know why "calvin" is the default password for Dell (DRAC) and what it stands for/means in the IT world? It has been asked multiple times on other websites, which still remain unanswered.
Thank to Ben for the answer and correcting my extremely long-winded question. TLDR;
Is there any technical significance to the default password of calvin on the Dell iDRAC?