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HP Part number - DL380 G3

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Is there any way i can find part number of my server DL380 G3. This server is live and racked in the cabinet so i dont want to physically pull that server to find the number on.

Can i look from doing RDP to the server? thanks

Do i need to use any tool?

Thanks
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also you can call hp support and by providing the serial to HP they will be able to give you the part number.


 the serial you can get from the Hp Consol Managment.
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