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What is XCP 1.6.10

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Good afternoon.

I have come across a small business who appear to be using a Xen server for a file server.


The "server" or custom PC has no cables except LAN  and Power.

I say appear because I am not certain. After running advanced IP scanner I found 2 IP address which are coming from this mystery box.


192.168.1.199 and 192.168.1.198


I have connected a mouse, keyboard and monitor, however no display just black.

The clients  computers have two mapped network drives going to this server.

At the moment, I am backing up all data from the network drives to cover my ass. Once done I will power the server off and try with a keyboard, monitor and mouse from scratch.

if I enter the IP address

192.168.1.199 or https://192.168.1.199 i get the following message.

Citrix Systems, Inc XCP 1.6.10 and nothing else.

What should I do from here? Can I connect to this box from windows and administer it in any capacity.

If I can get access is there default  usernames and passwords ?

Thanks guys.
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XCP = Xen Cloud Platform.

This is a bit outside of my knowledge area and I'm not sure if there's a difference between XCP and XenServer from the top of my head but I confess I thought they were separate.

What you could try is to install the XenCenter on a workstation and use that to manage what sounds like a XenServer.

If it were XenServer then normally if you connect a screen and keyboard and hit a key you get a summary screen for the console
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