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HP P5389A - Intel Pentium III-S 1.4 GHz Processor Upgrade Installation Manual

Installing microsoft small business server 2000 on an hp netserver.
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Microsoft Small Business Server 2000
Installation Guide for HP NetServers E60,
E800, LC2000, and HP Server tc3100, and
tc4100
NOTICE: The information in this document was last updated for the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM version M.04.05.
If you don't have the M.04.05 version CD-ROM and you're obtaining this document from the HP web site as a reference
to install an operating system, be sure to also check the HP web site for the latest available drivers.
©Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company
January 22, 2002
Table of Contents
Introduction
Requirements
Process Flow ( High Level View )
Installation Planning Sheet
Installation Methods
Automatic Installation – Using the HP Navigator CD
Manual Installation
Creating the Drivers Diskettes
Selecting the Manual Installation Method
Installing Small Business Server 2000
Hardware Status Check
Initialize Hard Drives
Configure Server IP Address
Attach Clients to Network
Domain Controller Setup
Tip #1. Upgrading from SBS 4.0 to Small Business Server 2000
Tip #2. Using the Small Business Server 2000 integrated backup utility with the HP
NetServer E 60 bundled tape drive

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    If you don't have the M.04.05 version CD-ROM and you're obtaining this document from the HP web site as a reference to install an operating system, be sure to also check the HP web site for the latest available drivers. ©Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company January 22, 2002...

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    On-Line Information and Software Sources Introduction This document was created by Hewlett-Packard for the purpose of helping you install Microsoft Small Business Server 2000 on your HP NetServer based on procedures tested by HP. The objective of this document is to provide the information needed to achieve the following tasks.

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    · One or more hard drives. · Latest system BIOS update. (http://www.hp.com) · Two or more clients for testing purpose. (Optional) · HP Driver's diskette if installing devices that have no drivers included in the Small Business Server 2000 CD-ROM. Example: HP NetRAID-4M, HP Fiber Channel adapter (Optional), etc.

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    Computer Name: ______________________ Admin Password: _____________________ Date Time Zone: ______________________ Workgroup or Domain Name: ______________ Registration Key: ____________________________ Installation Methods There are several ways of installing Small Business Server 2000. The most popular methods are listed below. Select a method and go to the appropriate section of this guide to begin. Depending upon your system and its configuration, it may also be necessary to create a drivers diskette.

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    Manual Installation Creating the Drivers Diskette Before you begin, use one of the following two methods that can be used to create the drivers diskette. One method is to create the drivers diskette using a system booted from the Navigator CD.

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    · If you want to start the setup by booting directly off the Small Business Server 2000 CD (supported for all NetServers), proceed to the following section "Installing Small Business Server 2000." Creating Setup Diskettes If you opt for starting the Small Business Server 2000 installation from Setup Diskettes, do the following: 1.

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    NOTE: If the boot device driver is not included on the Small Business Server 2000 CD- ROM, for example the "HP NetRAID-4M", then do the following steps after pressing F6 a) Press S to select additional hardware. b) Select Other and press Enter. c) When prompted to insert driver diskette, please insert the target adapter driver's diskette created with the HP Navigator CD-ROM.

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    15. Note: If you see a dialog box titled "Digital Signature Not Found". Please click "Yes" to continue the installation and read Tip #4 in the troubleshooting section of this guide. 16. Click Next at the regional Settings screen. 17. At the Personalize Your Software screen, enter a name and organization. Then click Next. 18.

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    2. Click Properties. This brings up the "System Properties" panel. 3. Click the Hardware tab. 4. Click the Device Manager… button. 5. Verify that no devices have either a yellow band (!) or question mark (?) symbol next to it. (See following note for pointer to exceptions) Yellow (!) means that there is a resource issue with the device.

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    1. Click Start | Programs | Administrative Tools | Computer Management. 2. If necessary click the + sign next to Storage to open this folder. 3. Double click Disk Management. 4. The "Write signature and Upgrade" wizard will start if you have new hard drives with no signatures on them.

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    10. Open a command prompt window to verify the TCP/IP configuration. Enter the command: ipconfig /all You should get a display showing the configuration information you entered above. 11. Test the link by entering the following at the command prompt: ping computername Where computername is the server name.

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    7. Click Next. The system will take a few minutes with the hour clock on the display before moving to next screen. 8. Click Next at the "NetBIOS Domain Name" dialog box to accept default "Domain NetBIOS name:" 9. Click Next to accept "Database and Log Locations" default values: Database Location: C:\WINNT\NTDS Log Location: C:\WINNT\NTDS 10.

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    Tip #1. Upgrading from SBS 4.0 to Small Business Server 2000 It is possible to upgrade from any edition of NT 4.0 including Terminal Server to Small Business Server 2000. Please refer to the readme.doc on the Small Business Server 2000 CD and the Small Business Server 2000 Setup Guide for information on how to perform the upgrades.

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    To expedite release of new products, drivers may be shipped by HP without signature files. All Small Business Server 2000 drivers provided by Hewlett-Packard are submitted to Microsoft for certification testing . Upon completion of testing, Microsoft produces signature files. HP then posts the revised driver package at http://www.hp.com/.

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    5. At the prompt "What do you want the wizard to do?", select the "Search for a suitable driver for my device" radio button, and click Next. 6. Select the appropriate media checkbox and click next. 7. Select the "Install one of the other drivers" check box and click Next. 8.

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    2. Networking disabled. Includes networks services and drivers. 3. Directory services restore mode. Brings system up with directory services disabled with the intent of recovering active directory. Safe mode boot is guided by the registry key hklm\CurrentControlSet\Control\SafeBoot with the use of the Minimal and Network subkeys.

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    8. Type exit when done troubleshooting. Installing RC 1. Insert Small Business Server 2000 CD-ROM. If CD-ROM auto-start is enabled, click exit to close the applet. 2. Open a command prompt and type D:\I386\WINNT32 /CMDCONS and press Enter. (Where D: is the CD-ROM drive letter.) 3.

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    Answer: Table 6, provided in the appendix of this document provides a list of Disk Array BIOS/Firmware versions used to test with Small Business Server 2000. HP recommends that you use the version indicated in this table or a later release. Question: Where do I get the driver's required to run Small Business Server 2000? Answer: The initial release of Small Business Server 2000 includes all the drivers required to install Small Business Server 2000 on the NetServer's and DAC's listed in table 5 &...

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    E800 LC2000 tc3100 tc4100 Table #2 List of embedded SCSI chip set for each NetServer. (Note: See "Table #6" for a list of tested and supported system under Small Business Server 2000) Model SCSI Adapter Ultra SCSI/ Channel A,B Adaptec 7895 (Wide)/A,B E800 Symbios 896...

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    * The driver is not provided by Hewlett-Packard. Users should use the driver bundled with Windows NT CD-ROM. Note: Video adapters with 1M can be upgraded to 2M. Table #4 This table provides a list of CD-ROM type for each NetServer.

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    III (1.2- GHz) tc4100 Dual ATIRage Pentium XL PCI III (1.2- GHz) Table #6A This table provides a list of Disk Array Adapters tested with Small Business Server 2000. Adapter BIOS Firmware Win 2K Max Boot Support Drive Size (1) NetRaid-4M D9161A V2.4-0...

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    tc3100 tc4100 Table #6C List of NeRAID-4M, 2M and 1M adapters supported with Small Business Server 2000. Model Max 4Ms Max 2Ms Max 1Ms Slotting Supported Supported Supported preferences None E800 None LC2000 Slots 5-6 because 5- 6 are 64 bit slots, 1-4 are 32 bit slots, and 3-4 have insufficient air flow.

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