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Sound card for HP Proliant DL380p G8

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Our client has an HP Proliant DL380p G8 and one of my VM's (XP) has to output an alarm via the ESXi 5.1 Server external speaker. I'm looking for a sound card to suit the HP Proliant DL380p G8

Any suggestions? also will it work with the XP VM?
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by:Martin Tarlink
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You can try this card or any other PCIExpress low profile
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by:D_Vante
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I had the same situation with a voicemail server.   I found a cheap USB sound card and it worked fine.  Something like this

http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-3d-Audio-Sound-Card-Microphone-Headset-Adapter-/151033426900?_trksid=p2054897.l4275

I didn't have to shutdown all the VMs to do it.
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by:SIM-PS
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Was it an ESXi server?
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Virtual server in vmware
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by:SIM-PS
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didn't think of that one
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