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How do I generate an ADU reports from ProLiant rack and blade servers from within Windows?

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How do I generate an ADU reports from HP ProLiant rack and blade servers from within Windows?
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Install HP Smart Storage Administrator Diagnostics Utility CLI, then "hpssaducli -f adu-report.zip" should do the trick, don't know why they had to rename the ADU to SSADU.
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Thanks for the help, guys.
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