Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U
Each of the HP NetServer's two front flanges has two slots, which should
line up with the rack nuts previously mounted on the rack columns.
10. Plug the HP NetServer's power cable and all available data cables into the
back of the HP NetServer.
Refer to the HP NetServer LH 3000r Rack Cabling Reference Guide for
information about cable dressing and routing.
Attaching the Z-bracket for Shipping
Should it be necessary to ship the system with the HP NetServer in place within
the rack, the Z-bracket should be attached to secure the HP NetServer to the rack
Attach the Z-brackets to the rear columns with two Torx screws, using the
Torx T-25 driver. Fasten the bracket to the HP NetServer with two Torx
screws (see Figure 8-18).
Secure the cable management arm to the right side rack column using the
cable tie provided in the Z-bracket kit.
Use the original packaging, saved during installation, for packing and
Figure 8-17. Attaching the Z-bracket to the HP NetServer and Rear Column