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We applied updates and not the server is in a reboot cycle, it gets to the login screen and does a reboot at that point before you can try and log in and applying computer settings seems to take along time.
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Took the kvm cable off the back that is unable to reach the kvm switch at the moment and the server, magically is working again.
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The KVM cable is an older style cable, that has a converter for ps2 connections to make them usb.
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