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Drac4 card driver for win2003 PE1800

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Drac4 card driver
In the device manager I see yellow  exclamation mark on three PCI devices¿
I Believe the driver is not installed correctly. but i could not find it anywhere.

E-G900-04-2902 Remote Access Card DRAC4 (From Dell)
current fw1.30
Dell website did not have any driver for this device to download except some firmwire.

I can see the device in bootup message that says "Press CTRL+D to change Remote Access Controller" , IP, dns,has been setup up. OpenManage Server Administrator installed

Please help if you know where i can download the drive for this device.
I do not have orginal dell OS installation CD with me.
OS: win 2003 standard

Thanks for your time.
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You need to install OpenManage Server Administrator (OMSA):
http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/DriverDetails/Product/poweredge-1800?driverId=G2WT6&osCode=WNET&fileId=2883471492

Download and run to extract files, then run C:\Openmanage\windows\setup.exe.  

SP2 is required.
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Hi Mate

Thanks.after install  PowerEdge Driver Maintenance Pack and OMSA6.5
remote access card is working now.
but in device manager there are  stilll couple yellow  exclamation mark on two PCI devices.
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Did you install the full OMSA install (default), or did you do a Custom install and pick/choose what was to be installed?  In Device Manager, right-click the device, Properties, Details tab, change dropdown to Hardware Ids and give me the VEN and DEV ID's.
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