If the autorun feature is on, your Navigator CD-ROM program will run
automatically. If the autorun feature is turned off on your computer, do
a. Access the CD-ROM with your NOS.
b. Run launch32.exe.
2. Choose the HP NetServer you are installing.
3. Choose the NOS of the server you are configuring.
4. Review "What's New on the CD." You can save to a flexible diskette and
print information for later reference. For example, you can create a disk
containing the HP NetRAID-3si firmware update.
Once you have the all the diskettes to configure the HP NetServer, you can
begin the configuration on the HP NetServer you are installing.
Use Navigator to get Configuration Information
You can find up-to-date configuration information on Navigator, both in the
Readme File and in Configuration Assistant. Use these sources to learn about
applicable compatibility issues and get the latest list of HP-tested peripherals and
accessories (see the Test Products List in Configuration Advisor).
If this is the first time you are using Navigator, you are
prompted to set the language, time, and date. Then the Main
Getting the Latest Software and Drivers
Check the release history and status to make sure you have the most recent
firmware upgrades and software drivers for the NetServer.
To ensure that you have the latest versions of the HP NetServer Navigator
software, obtain the current HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM Release History.
The Release History is updated for each new release of the CD-ROM.
The Release History briefly describes the following for each release:
Major changes to the HP Navigator CD-ROM that were made for that
Configuring the HP NetServer