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HP ML310 - ProLiant - G2 User Manual: Event Log Errors; Backing Up The Server; Network Protocols; Setting Up Remote Access Server

Hp factory-installed operating system software for microsoft windows small business server 2008 user guide.
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Enter the following path in the Device Driver Wizard field:
Click OK. The driver search results display the appropriate device.
If an incorrect device appears, click Back, and then reselect the correct device.
Click Next to install the driver.
To return to the Computer Management screen, click Finish>Close.
The tape driver installation is complete. The tape device now appears in the Tape Drive category on the
Computer Management screen.

Event log errors

After the ProLiant Installation Utility is complete, event log error messages related to certain controller
drivers might appear. These messages are expected at this time and do not affect the performance of the
server or the operating system. Possible messages include:
The device, \Device\scsi\adpul60ml, did not respond within the timeout period.
The device, \Device\scsi\cpqfcalm1, did not respond within the timeout period.
Unable to read IO control information from NBT device. Refer to article #Q257760 on the
Microsoft® website (

Backing up the server

After you complete the software installation and the server is operational, back up the server using a tape
backup system in conjunction with approved tape backup software.

Network protocols

The TCP/IP and SNMP services are automatically installed. The HP Management Agents for servers
require TCP/IP and SNMP services to communicate with HP SIM. To disable the SNMP service, see the
operating system documentation. Microsoft® Windows® Small Business Server 2008 requires TCP/IP to
be enabled.

Setting up Remote Access Server

Click Start, and select Control Panel.
Double-click Network and sharing section.
Click Setup a Connections or Network.
Complete the setup as prompted.
For more information on required networking parameters, see the operating system documentation.

Installing Java Virtual Machine

The Java™ Virtual Machine utility ( might need to be downloaded and installed on
your server to completely and properly view some web pages using Internet Explorer 6.0. For example,
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