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  • Page 1 Citrix XenServer from HP Getting Started Guide...
  • Page 2 Overview This guide outlines the basic setup, installation, and configuration steps required to begin using your Citrix XenServer from HP. A first time wizard-based setup guides you through initial installation and configuration, and a GUI provides ongoing virtual machine monitoring and management. To provide active hardware management using HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM), HP SIM Agents are installed with Citrix XenServer.
  • Page 3 HP spare kit part number 583306-001 Flash media (USB flash drive) • HP 4GB USB flash media drive key HP part number 580385-B21 HP spare kit part number 583307-001 Citrix XenServer from HP does not support any other USB or SD card devices. Download the installation software from Software Depot home (http://software.hp.com/ ), and then select Virtualization.
  • Page 4 If you are installing to the hard drive, proceed to step 8. To enable flash media (USB flash drive or SD card): a. Configure your flash device to boot before the hard drive. By default, flash media is already configured to boot before the hard drive. b.
  • Page 5 Choose from one of the following options: Local Media Drive Under the Virtual CD/DVD-Rom section, select Local Media Drive. ii. From the menu, select the drive letter of the desired physical CD/DVD- ROM drive on your client computer. iii. Click Connect. The connected drive icon turns green. Local Image File Under the Virtual CD/DVD-ROM section, select Local Image File.
  • Page 6 Enabling entitlements To obtain and install the software and licenses for Essentials for XenServer, HP Platinum Edition, and HP Enterprise Edition follow the instructions on your license entitlement certificate. Recovering from a system failure If you encounter a system failure and need to reinstall, see Installing Citrix XenServer from HP.
  • Page 7 © Copyright 2008, 2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

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