Hyper-V on DL380 G4

Posted on 2008-11-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have the "challenge" to install or better t enable the Hyper-V Role on a HP Proliant DL380-G4 with installed Windows Server 2008 64 ENU on it. Unfortunatly I got the errormessage which is describerd in the following support information of HP
OK, the description is quite easy to follow, but where the hackdo I get the mentioned files(D:\Sources\$OEM$\$$\system32\HPVirtualOSE.exe and D:\Sources\$OEM$\$$\system32\LHBL.vbs) from ? What do they mean with pre-installed media ???

Any hint would be appreciated :-), maybe it is only a small but missing gap....

Thanks in advance
Question by:im-consult
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    Expert Comment

    They are talking about the CDs(Media) that orignally came with the system.

    Author Comment

    ....ok, than I have a problem, because I have bought a refurbished one ;-(
    Nevertheless, can you give me some more details. What do you mean with media ? Is this a CD with a Windows Server 2008 OS on it ?

    Thanks again
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    Accepted Solution

    Media can mean anything from floppy disks, hard drives, dvds, tapes, etc. Anything that holds data.
    It may be on your Windows Server 2008 disk if it is a HP branded disk. If it is just a normal Server 2008 disk from microsoft then it should not be on there. You may need to contact HP and request the disk.
    I hope this helps. Good luck.

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