Microsoft® Windows NT® Server 4.0 Terminal Server Edition Notice

Microsoft® Windows NT® Server 4.0 Terminal Server Edition Notice
Microsoft® Windows NT® Server 4.0
Terminal Server Edition
Installation Notes for HP NetServers
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Introduction
This application note is intended for individuals responsible for installing Microsoft Windows NT
Server, Terminal Server Edition, on HP NetServer L-Series systems.
Installation Instructions
Before Running Setup
Before beginning the Microsoft Terminal Server installation, use the HP NetServer Navigator CDROM to create a drivers diskette. Be sure to select Windows NT 4.0 when using the HP Navigator
CD-ROM to create a drivers diskette for Microsoft Terminal Server.
Please refer to the documentation included with your NetServer for detailed instructions on using
the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM and preparing your system for Windows NT 4.0 installation
and creating the Windows NT 4.0 drivers diskette.
NOTE
Automated installation using the HP Installation Assistant program is not
supported with Windows NT Server, Terminal Server Edition. For additional
installation information, please refer to the section in your HP NetServer
documentation on manual installation of Windows NT 4.0.
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Installing Microsoft Windows-based Terminal Server
1. Install Microsoft Terminal Server using the Setup diskettes and CD-ROM shipped with the
Terminal Server package. Boot your NetServer using the Microsoft Terminal Server Setup
Boot Disk (i.e., Boot Disk 1).
NOTE
The set of Windows NT 4.0 drivers contained on the HP NetServer Navigator
CD-ROM has been extensively tested with your HP NetServer. Although
Microsoft supports various method of installing the Microsoft Terminal Server,
HP strongly recommends that you boot from the Setup Boot Disk rather than the
CD-ROM to ensure that the correct drivers will be installed.
You can use the winnt or winnt32 command to create the Setup diskettes.
Please refer to the help provided with these commands for further information.
2. Follow the Microsoft Terminal Server installation procedures. At the Welcome To Setup
Screen, press ENTER to install Microsoft Terminal Server.
3. At the next screen, press S to skip mass storage device detection.
4. At the next screen, press S again to specify additional SCSI adapters, CD-ROM drives, or
special disk controllers. Windows NT Setup then displays a list of options. Select Other
(Requires disk provided by a hardware manufacturer).
5. The installation program prompts you to insert the "Manufacturer-supplied hardware
support disk into drive A". Insert the HP NetServer Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Drivers
Diskette, (this is the diskette you created earlier with the HP NetServer Navigator CDROM) and press ENTER.
6. A window displays a list of mass storage devices available for your system. Select the driver
for the booting controller first (e.g., "HP NetServer LPr embedded SCSI Driver, Symbios®
Logic (53c8xx)") and press ENTER to install.
NOTE
HP recommends that you install the driver for the booting SCSI controller first.
7. Repeat Steps 4-6 for each additional controller that is installed in your HP NetServer. Once
you have completed selecting your mass storage devices, press ENTER to continue
installation.
8. Proceed with the rest of the installation and follow the instructions listed below to install the
network driver.
NOTE
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If your system was bundled with a LAN Adapter, you will need to install the
correct drivers. By selecting "Print or View Configuration" from the NetServer
Utilities selection of the Navigator CD-ROM, you will see the model number of
your adapter. Both the HP DeskDirect LAN Adapter (J3171A) and the HP
NetServer Ethernet Adapter (D5013) are referred to as the HP NetServer
Ethernet Adapter in this document.
Installing Microsoft® Windows NT® Server 4.0 Terminal Server Edition
Installing HP NetServer Ethernet Adapter
The HP NetServer Ethernet adapter comes with a 32-bit NDIS 3.0 driver which supports both a
high performance bus master and I/O-mapped mode of data transfer. HP recommends that you use
the bus master mode since your HP NetServer system supports bus mastering.
Create the Diskettes You Need
Before you begin you will need to use the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM to either (1) create a
drivers diskette or (2) create the HP NetServer LAN Adapter Support Diskette. The HP NetServer
LAN Adapter Support Diskette will allow you to perform troubleshooting or to reconfigure the
Adapter for Full Duplex or I/O-mapped mode of data transfer. You can create the HP Support
Diskette in the Disk Library option of the Navigator CD-ROM. Be sure to select Windows NT
4.0 when using the HP Navigator CD-ROM to create a drivers diskette for Microsoft Terminal
Server.
1. The driver for your network adapter card can be installed as part of the Microsoft Terminal
Server installation. During Microsoft Terminal Server installation, the system will reboot
and continue with the graphical portion of the installation. When you get to the Network
Adapters screen, press the Select from list… button. On the Select Network Adapter
screen, press the Have Disk… button. When prompted, insert the Drivers Diskette into
drive A: and enter the path name A:\NICDRV\J3171 if you have a J3171 adapter, or
A:\NICDRV\D5013 if you have a D5013 adapter in your system.
NOTE
If you want to add the network adapter driver after Terminal Server has been
installed, select the Network icon in Control Panel. Within the Network applet,
click the Adapters tab, click Add, and click Have Disk to start the process of
adding the LAN adapter network card into your Microsoft Windows NT
environment.
2. When the Select OEM Option window appears, highlight the following line: HP 10/100
TX PC LAN Adapter for a J3171 or HP NetServer 10/100TX PCI Ethernet Adapter for
a D5013, and press OK to select it. Follow the on screen directions.
3. The HPSet Setup loads all the required driver files and scans the computer resources to
determine the settings assigned to you adapter. It also adds an HPSet icon to the Control
Panel for future use of HPSet. Click the Test button on the HPSet screen to run
diagnostics.
NOTE
Although the HPSet Setup program adds an HPSet icon to the Control Panel,
this applet is currently not supported with Microsoft Terminal Server. If it
becomes necessary to reconfigure your network adapter card, you can use the
Network icon in Control Panel.
4. After the adapter diagnostics tests have completed, press Close to exit the Adapter
Diagnostics screen and return to the HPSet screen.
5. Press OK to accept the adapter’s configuration and exit the HPSet program.
6. Additional network configuration screens will appear. Configure as needed and restart
Terminal Server when prompted.
7. You have completed all the steps required for the installation of network driver. If you are
in the process of installing Microsoft Terminal Server, proceed with the Windows NT Setup
program.
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NOTE
Certain network adapter cards do not install properly unless Windows Terminal
Server is rebooted after each network adapter driver is installed. HP
recommends that network adapter drivers be installed one at a time, rebooting
the system after each installation.
The installation and/or changes of network configuration will not take effect
until you reboot the computer.
HP NetRAID Driver Installation
NOTE
For detailed instructions on installing and configuring the HP NetRAID, please
refer to the HP NetRAID Installation and Configuration Guide.
Installing HP NetRAID Adapter
Adding the HP NetRAID Adapter during OS Installation
Please refer to the “Installing Microsoft Terminal Server” section earlier in this note for
instructions on installing the HP NetRAID adapter driver during the Windows Terminal Server
installation.
Adding the HP NetRAID Adapter to an Existing System
Follow these instructions only if Windows Terminal Server is already installed on your NetServer.
1. Open the Control Panel. Double click on the SCSI Adapters icon.
2. Click on the Drivers tab. A list of installed SCSI Adapter drivers are displayed.
3. Click the Add… button. A list of additional SCSI Adapters appears in the Install Driver
screen.
4. Click the Have Disk… button.
5. When the Install From Disk window appears, insert the Drivers Diskette into drive A: and
enter the path name A:\NetRAID. Click OK to install the driver.
6. Select the Hewlett-Packard NetRAID Adapter, and click OK.
7. In the System Settings Change windows, click Yes to restart Window Terminal Server.
Installing HP NetRAID Assistant
Use the following instructions to install the HP NetRAID Assistant on a Terminal Server.
NOTE
You can create the "NetRAID Assistant for WinNT and Win95" diskettes using
the Diskette Library utility on the HP Navigator CD-ROM.
1. Insert diskette 1 of NetRAID Assistant for Windows NT and Windows 95.
2. Choose Run from the Start menu in Windows and enter:
a:\setup
where a: is the drive letter for the floppy drive which contains the NetRAID Assistant
diskette.
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3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
4. When installing NetRAID Assistant on Microsoft Terminal Server Edition, the file
megaserv.exe is copied to the "windows" subdirectory of the installing user’s home directory
rather than the actual %SystemRoot% directory. Once installation has been completed and
prior to rebooting, you will need to move the file megaserv.exe to the actual
%SystemRoot%\system32 directory. You can use the Find command to locate the directory
containing the file megaserv.exe (e.g.,
%SystemRoot%\Profiles\administrator\windows\system32).
NOTE
For detailed instructions on configuring Physical Devices and Logical Devices,
see the HP NetRAID Installation and Configuration Guide.
Installing HP NetServer Agents and DMI Software
The HP NetServer Agents and DMI software is used by the HP TopTools Device Manager software
to obtain information and help you monitor your HP NetServers. Please see the HP TopTools for
Servers Administration Guide for a detailed description on the installation and use of NetServer
Agents and DMI Software.
NOTE
During the installation process, the server will be rebooted twice. DO NOT relogon to the server after the first reboot. Allow the server to automatically
reboot while at the Logon Screen.
To install the HP NetServer Agents and DMI software, do the following:
NOTE
The SNMP Service must be installed on the Microsoft Terminal Server prior to
installing the NetServer Agents and DMI Software. Please refer to the
Microsoft document for a detailed description of installing the SNMP Service.
1. Insert the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM in the server’s CD-ROM drive or logon to a
network accessible CD-ROM drive.
2. Choose Run from the Start menu in Windows and enter:
x:\manage\server\language\nt\setup
where x: is the drive letter for the CD-ROM drive that contains the HP NetServer Navigator
CD-ROM and language is an abbreviation for your local language (US=English,
FR=French, GE=German, IT=Italian, SP=Spanish, JP=Japanese).
3. Follow the instructions on the screen to proceed with the installation. Remember to remove
the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive prior to the first reboot.
NOTE
Although the HP TopTools NetServer agents are supported on the Microsoft
Terminal Server, the HP TopTools console applications must be run on another
system.
Installing HP NetServer Information Assistant
The HP NetServer Information Assistant program contains electronic documentation for your HP
NetServer and installed HP accessories. The Information Assistant program may be installed from
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the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM. It can be installed and run on any PC running
Windows 3.1 or later, Windows 95, or Windows NT.
Use the following instructions to install the HP NetServer Information Assistant on Terminal
Server.
1. Insert the HP NetServer Online Documentation CD-ROM in the server’s CD-ROM drive.
2. The Hewlett-Packard NetServer Information Assistant Installation Welcome! Screen will
appear.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTE
The first time the HP NetServer Information Assistant program is launched it
may abnormally terminate with run-time error '91'. If this occurs, simply restart
the program.
On-Line Information and Software Sources
Please refer to the documentation provided with your NetServer for information on accessing HP
support services.
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