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Is there a RAID utility Software for DELL (PERC) JJ8XD H710P?

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I've installed and configured (Raid 5) one of my old servers with a DELL (PERC) JJ8XD H710P Raid card. Is there a utility that i can install that will tell me the state of the RAID?
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Seth Simmons earned 500 total points
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Open Manage Server Administrator

Dell OpenManage Server Administrator Managed Node(windows - 64 bit) v.7.4
http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=28KFC

it will provide more than storage
you can see all hardware components and change system settings
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by:ronfast
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awesome thanks
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by:ronfast
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Okay, sorry for bugging you. I've installed it on the server that i want to monitor and i'm trying to logon but failed. What do i put in the Hostname/IP? I've put in the NetBIOS, didn't work. then i put in the IP address of the server and it failed also. I'm sure it's an obvious solution but don't know that is
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The error message is "login failed. . . connection error"
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Add yourservernameoripaddress:1311 to IE's Intranet zone, and it should log you in automatically, as long as you are logged into the server as an administrator.
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cool thanks.
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