• ESD and holding system boards: Be careful when holding the system board. They are extremely sensitive to ESD. Only touch the edge when holding the system board. Lay the system board with components side facing upwards after taking the system board out of the protection bag or the sever. Use the conductive foam pad (if any) rather than the system board package.
Log in For logging in ThinkServer Remote Management Module, adhere to the following steps: Step 1. Input the IP address assigned by the ThinkServer Remote Management Module into the Web browser. For example: http://10.223.131.36/ To use a secure connection, type in as the following example: https://10.223.131.36/ Browser will then be directed to the login page of Remote Management Module.
Features Configuration By clicking this tab, you can configure various settings of the server. Network Configuration page will automatically show in general, this tab allows accessing the following items: • Alerts • Mouse Mode • Network • SMTP • Users •...
Button Features Logout By clicking this button, you can terminate the current Web console session. Note: If the Remote Console (KVM) window is active, it will close automatically when logging out. After logging out, the Web console will be back to the login screen. Online help In Web console user interface, specific online help is provided for each page.
The following section describes the features of each control. Video menu of the remote console By clicking the Video option on the control bar of the remote console, you can open the video menu of remote console. With this menu, you can take the following operations: •...
These virtual devices can read, write (providing the property is not read only) and boot, which are similar with any other CD-ROMs or floppies in the remote system. But only when certain media redirections are active, these virtual devices are available in the remote operating system or BIOS setting menu. The setting is valid after remote system reset or it is power-on or power-off.
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Option Task Description Show Thresholds button Click it to open the list and show the assigned value of the thresholds at the same time. From this, you can see CT, NC and NR value of the selected sensor. You can move the display window from left to right by the scroll bar at the bottom of the page.
Option Task Description Alert Type drop-down menu It is used to select the alert types shown on the list. Available options: SNMP Trap and e-mail. Event Severity drop-down menu It is used to select the alert severity shown on the list. Destination IP This option is only available when the Alert Type is SNMP Trap.
To modify a user, select this user from list and click Modify User to modify the relevant settings. To delete a user, select this user from list and click Delete User. Note: The user lenovo and three can not be modified or deleted. BMC sensor settings...
The firmware of Remote Management Module can be updated to add new features. The firmware update files can be sent to you through e-mail or downloaded through the Lenovo® Web site. Chapter 6 ThinkServer Remote Management Module Web console options...
Warning: Firmware update is irreversible, and meanwhile it needs to spend a few minutes. In the procedure of updating, do not operate on the remote power. To update the firmware, do the following: Step 1. Download the firmware update file. Step 2.
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