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Before You Begin
To launch the Oracle System Assistant locally, you need:
To be physically present at the server module front panel
Keyboard and mouse
In server standby mode, the Power/OK LED blinks slowly.
The server boots, and POST messages appear on the monitor.
The server module is powered on and the server boot screen appears in the console session window. A series of F-key prompts appear. To access Oracle System Assistant you need to press the F9 key.
To troubleshoot Oracle System Assistant, refer to Troubleshooting and Verifying Oracle System Assistant in Sun Blade X3-2B (formerly Sun Blade X6270 M3) Administration Guide.
Oracle System Assistant launches. the launch screen appears, then the System Overview home screen appears. If this is your first time launching Oracle System Assistant, the Software License Agreement (SLA) screen appears before the home screen. The SLA screen also appears after running the Get Updates task. You must accept the terms expressed in the SLA screen to use Oracle System Assistant.
The following illustration shows the Oracle System Assistant access screen sequence.