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xialj
Occasional Contributor

how to access win2003 ia 64


My superdome has a partition of win2003ia64


from the MP>CO
[SD1] MP> co

Partitions available:

# Name
--- ----
0) Partition 0 - UX
1) Partition 1 - Win
2) Partition 2 --HPUXpar2
3) Partition 3 --HPUXpar3
Q) Quit

Please select partition number: 1

Connecting to OS Console: Partition 1 - Win
IT simply look like below
SAC>
from the help ,i know some command as shutdown reboot,
can you tell me how to log in it like win32xp
with GUI,CTRL+ALT+DEL

thx.
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Taohung
Frequent Advisor

Re: how to access win2003 ia 64

You must run the remote desktop program to log in with GUI...
Taohung
Frequent Advisor

Re: how to access win2003 ia 64

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?contentType=SupportManual〈=en&cc=us&docIndexId=179911&taskId=101&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=3257031

You can read the related files.
xialj
Occasional Contributor

Re: how to access win2003 ia 64

i seems in SAC>i command can config the ipaddress,but how to use i command ,any reference or docs?
xialj
Occasional Contributor

Re: how to access win2003 ia 64

in the SAC> prompt;
after SAC> i
it display nothing.
after SAC> i 3 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0 10.10.10.10
it display SAC could not clear the existing IP Address.
SAC> ch -si 2
and after i type administrator/******,i login the winsystem,
in the wincmd prompt ,
c:\>ipconfig
it display nothing!

could you tell me how to config the NIC card with a ipaddress?

or any other thing to do?

thanks a lot!!


Chris.Thomas
Advisor

Re: how to access win2003 ia 64

Your tests indicate that the OS cannot see or recognise the NIC card. You can verify this by running Windows Device Manager (Start - run - devmgmt.msc) and looking for any NIC entries.

1. Check that at least one NIC card is physically installed in I/O cage for the Windows cell and note the model number of the card.

2. Ensure the nic is connected to a network and that the link led is on.

2. Download and install the appropriate NIC driver from www.hp.com
Chris.Thomas
Advisor

Re: how to access win2003 ia 64

It looks like Windows cannot see or recognise the NIC card. To verify this, launch Device Manager (Start - Run - devmgmt.smc) and check for any NIC entries.

1. Check that a NIC is physically inserted into the I/O chassis for the Windows partition.

2. Check that the link light is flashing.

3. Download and install the appropriate NIC driver from www.hp.com