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Setup HP ILO2  while Server is on (Windows 2003)

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hi,
Please guide me how to configure HP ILO2 from Windows server 2003. WHile the server is on, how can I setup the IP, Subnet and Default Gateway. The ILO was not configured before.
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by:Tony Johncock
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by:Professor_MB
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I installed it. But could not find it in Start >> Programs.
Which location did it install
Could you guide how to use it to setup the ILO IPs
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by:PaulNSW
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"The utility will be installed in the program files  under the directory Hp\Hponcfg\"

Open My Computer, and navigate there.
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by:Professor_MB
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Could you guide how to set it up plz. I have used the hponcnfg.exe tool to import the .xml file. but nothing happening.
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by:Tony Johncock
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To import which XML file exactly?

That utility simply enables you to program the IP address etc...
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I went to the path C:\Program Files\HP\hponcfg.  in it double click on file hponcfg.exe. but no GUI is coming up.  . In the XML file I have mentioned the IP, Subnet and Gateway.(please find attached the screenshot of the path and the ILOconfig.xml file content)
Not sure where should I mention the IP details correctly.
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Try running hponcfg_gui.exe
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