How To Shutdown Dell Power Vault 220S

Hello experts,

     I have a client that has an older file server connected via SCSI to a Dell Storage Power Vault 220S.  This weekend they are going to have a power outage and we are going to help them power down their entire network.  Everything looks good except this box.  I logged on to the server that it connects to and don't see anything in the Dell software to shutdown the unit.  Is there a graceful way to power this thing down or do I just flip the switches on the power supplies in the back?  Thanks for the help
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jamietonerCommented:
After shutting down the server its connected to just use the power switch in the back. Just remember to make sure the powervault is turned on before the server when powering up.
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bobohostAuthor Commented:
That worked.  Thanks for your help.
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jamietonerCommented:
You're welcome
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