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I'm an HP server guy so I have no idea how to build IBM servers.  Does IBM have something similar to HP's SmartStart with assisted install for Microsoft OS?  If not, do I just build like any other server and download the drivers from IBM?  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks!
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yes, it's called UpdateXpress.
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Am I able to download UpdateXpress from IBM and create a bootable CD/DVD or does UpdateXpress run after OS install like HPSUM?
Thank you for your response!
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