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Old October 25th 08, 08:09 AM
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Default server to reboot

When we login to the ILO, where and what are we supposed to click on to
force the server to reboot when it's hung?

We are testing this by having the server boot onto the SmartStartCD instead
of crashing a live Windows 2003 OS, even though this is not (yet) a
production server.

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