Before You Begin
The following requirements must be met:
The JavaRConsole system must be running Solaris, Linux, or Windows.
The JavaRConsole system must be connected to a network that has access to the Sun server Ethernet management port.
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.5 must be installed.
If the JavaRConsole system is running Solaris, volume management must be disabled for JavaRConsole to access the CD/DVD-ROM drive.
If the JavaRConsole system is running Windows, Internet Explorer Enhanced Security must be disabled.
The server's ILOM service processor has been set up according to the instructions in the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) documentation for your server.
The Security Alert dialog box appears.
The ILOM login screen appears.
The default user name is root, and default password is changeme.
The ILOM System Overview screen appears.
The Launch Redirection screen appears.
Note - Make sure that the mouse mode is set to Absolute mode in the Mouse Mode Settings tab.
Note - If the dialog box regarding verifying the web site's certificate appears, click the Yes button if you choose to continue.
Note - When you are using a Windows system for JavaRConsole System redirection, an additional warning might appear. If the Hostname Mismatch dialog box appears, click the Yes button.
The default user name is root and password is changeme.
After the login is successful, the JavaRConsole screen appears:
CD-ROM Remote. Select CD-ROM to redirect the server to the operating system software CD/DVD contents from the CD/DVD-ROM drive attached to the JavaRConsole system.
CD-ROM Image. Select CD-ROM Image to redirect the server to the operating system software .iso image file located on the JavaRConsole system.
Caution - Using the CD-ROM or CD-ROM Image option to install the Windows Server significantly increases the time necessary to perform the installation as the content of the CD-ROM is accessed over the network. The installation duration depends on the network connectivity and traffic. This installation method also has a greater risk of issues due to transient network errors.