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Right After Installing Server 2012R2 I ran SPP


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Forum member iandrews suggested I run SPP again after my installation of Server 2012R2 to update/install drivers & software for the OS.  Excellent suggestion BTW so a special thanks to iandrews!

 

In iLO4 I mounted the ISO of the latest SPP for the ML10v2 from HPE’s Support Center I and opened up the mounted virtual optical drive in File Explorer and executed the Windows Batch File launch_hpsum where I then elected Localhost Guided Update in Automatic mode.  

 

I made a video of this: https://youtu.be/lINNhPH5UJE

 

References:

 

HP ProLiant ML10v2 Server Drivers & Software https://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=7796452&swLangOid=8&swEnvOid=4168〈=en&cc=us&hpappid=hppecf

 

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Drivers are obviously missing before running SPP

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Running SPP in S2012R2 then executing Launch_HPSum.bat

 

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I just installed 2012R2 off my trusty USB, and then mounted the SPP ISO in Server 2012R2 once booted, ran the SPP, job done.  Server 2012R2 picks up most of the hardware itself - well, enough to get you up and running.

 

I also ran the Intel Chipset installer myself, which updated the AHCI SATA drivers and some of the motherboard chipset stuff.

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S2012R2, Win8.1 & Win10 all seem to need only the B120i driver to get up and going and SPP fills in the rest later.  Pretty painless IMO

 

Glad it went well for you too

 

Do you have the Corsair Neutron in a single drive RAID0 for your OS drive?  Those are nice SSDs IMO

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