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    Good to hear!
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    I just booted to windows with the drives back in. It’s all there! I really appreciate your tech support Schoondoggy 👍 I sort of wonder if the old battery pack could have been a reason, or could the card have gotten messed up during the Windows update?
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    You do not need to pull the drives out, just do not connect the data cable. I would leave the drives in their bays so they stay in the correct order.
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    It may be a good idea to not connect the drives to the new P410 until you get the driver loaded and update the firmware.
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    Not sure if you could patch WHS2011. If the offline SSA could not find the P410, the P410 is likely bad.
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    You would need a LP bracket to mount it. You should confirm that it is a LP card, height of PCB. Bottom of the page shows the card is 65mm tall. That should be fine. If the holes are placed like other RAID/storage cards a standard LP bracket should work: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Low-Profile-Bracket-for-LSI-MegaRAID-SAS-Raid-9260-4i-9260-8i-9240-4i-9240-8i/263570695781?hash=item3d5e09a665:g:RSsAAOSwhQhY7ijN
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    It should as it is SATA and not NVMe. OS support will be dependent on what SATA controller is used on the board.
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    Windows version is not critical. It should be an HPE server. Hard to tell on failure, but I would think it is the P410.
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    Use a VPN if possible, there are quite a few vulnerabilities in the RDP stack so we have closed it for clients unless they specifically sign a waiver
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    The cable from the front drive bays needs to be connected to the P410.
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    There is a molex power union located between the ODD bay and the front drive bays. That is where most people add a Y connector and branch off SATA power. You could use the FDD power connector in the ODD bay for power as well. Moving the SAS cable from the system board to the LSI will not affect the power. I am out of SDM brackets, but if you look at some of those post you will get cabling ideas.
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    FreeNAS seems to like LSI HBA running IT mode firmware. I like the SAS9207-4i4E as it gives you a connection for four internal and four external drives. You could run the four drives in the front bays from the LSI. Buy a break out cable and run your SSDs from the internal SATA controller. Keep in mind the first two SATA ports on the motherboard are SATA 6Gb/s the other two and the ODD SATA port are SATA 3Gb/s.
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