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Help.

(if the following means nothing to you, or you want to make a flippant reply, please do so on another thread)

I'm trying to get a Fujitsu Primergy TX120S3 up and running with Win SBS2011 Std.
I select the OS in ServerView, but when it asks for the DVD, it tells me the version is incorrect.

What am I doing wrong?
 
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Is it asking for manufacturer supplied? I know whenever I install HP Proliants the software has two options one for volume license etc, and one for HP branded. Also if it is like the HP smartstart have you checked for a new version of the fujitsu install software?
 

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Is it asking for manufacturer supplied? I know whenever I install HP Proliants the software has two options one for volume license etc, and one for HP branded. Also if it is like the HP smartstart have you checked for a new version of the fujitsu install software?
I was about to say the same thing about the version of the server installation cd :)

Id check compatibility as well, you might have to do a manual install which isnt too bad, just use the server cd to configure the array if required.
 
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I was about to say the same thing about the version of the server installation cd :)

Id check compatibility as well, you might have to do a manual install which isnt too bad, just use the server cd to configure the array if required.
Good thinking. I know with Linux on HP you have to install the OS first then run the support pack after.
 

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Thanks, I started down that route, but still no joy. Then I did some checking... The DVD was for sbs2011, but it was disk 2. The disti hadn't sent the full set of disks!
 

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Thanks, I started down that route, but still no joy. Then I did some checking... The DVD was for sbs2011, but it was disk 2. The disti hadn't sent the full set of disks!
If you had them through a licensing vendor you should be able to download the iso from the microsoft licenaing portal.

For future reference

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If you had them through a licensing vendor you should be able to download the iso from the microsoft licenaing portal.

For future reference

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If only they named them sensibly. If I had a pound for every time I tried installing 2008 SQL instead of Server 2008 R2.... i'd have about £4 :eek:
 
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