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Chapter 6 Installing HP SMH using the ProLiant Remote Deployment Utility

 

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This chapter provides steps to install HP System Management Homepage (HP SMH) on the Windows operating system using the ProLiant Remote Deployment Utility.

The previous chapter provides steps to install HP SMH in-place on the Windows operating system.

The ProLiant Remote Deployment Utility for Windows is a graphical application that provides enhanced ProLiant Support Pack deployment capabilities. Using a graphical interface, the utility enables you to deploy and maintain ProLiant Support Packs and Smart Components on a local server or remote server accessible over a network connection.

To run the ProLiant Remote Deployment Utility, invoke Setup.exe which is present as part of the ProLiant Support Pack. The ProLiant Support Pack is identified based on the operating system installed on the server. The components that are supported for installation are listed in the right side of the frame. HP SMH can be installed as a part of the complete ProLiant Support Pack, or you can install the HP SMH component individually. The HP SMH component also provides support for preconfiguration, which allows the configurations of the component to be configured and saved as part of the component itself before installing on target machines. This feature facilitates the installation of the preconfigured component without any user intervention, and the installed component has the configurations, which are saved during preconfiguration.

All configurable components are listed at the top of the left frame under All configurable components.

NOTE: Installation of a preconfigured component overwrites the configuration settings of any existing HP SMH installation. If you want to retain existing settings, do not preconfigure the component.
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