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Operating System

Emergency Management Services

Microsoft Corporation

Published: September 2001

Abstract

Emergency Management Services is a new feature in the Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003, Standard Edition operating system that allows you to perform remote management and system recovery tasks when the server is not available, using the standard remote administration tools and mechanisms. Emergency Management Services is available for x86-based and Itanium-based systems. Emergency Management Services provides reliable alternative access to a server when the server is not accessible through the normal connection methods, typically a network.

This is a preliminary document and may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release of the software described herein.

The information contained in this document represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation on the issues discussed as of the date of publication. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information presented after the date of publication.

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Contents ii

Introduction 1

System State Diagram 2

Remotely Managed Servers 3

In-Band Management 4

Out-of-Band Management 5

Emergency Management Services Components 5

Special Administration Console 6

!Special Administration Console 6

Command Prompt 7

Setup Log Access 7

RIS and PXE Requirements 7

StartROM.com 8

Client Installation Wizard 8

Firmware Console Redirection 9

Service Processors 9

VT-UTF8, VT100+ and VT100 Conventions 10

VT-UTF8 and VT100+ Keyboard to Escape Sequence Mappings 10

VT-UTF8 Key 11

Escape sequence sent 11

Action 12

Escape Sequence 12

Emergency Management Services Console Redirection 13

Selecting Hardware to Complement Emergency Management Services 14

Serial Ports 14

Service Processors 14

Internal Hardware Interface Requirements 15

User Interfaces for Service Processors 16

UPS/Power Switch with Remote Computer Management Capabilities 17

Terminal Concentrators 17

Infrastructure Options 18

Serial Direct Connection 18

Serial Terminal Concentrator 19

UPS/Power Switch with Remote Computer Management Capabilities and Integrated Terminal Concentrator 19

Serial-Modem 19

Network Service Processor 20

Enabling Emergency Management Services with New Installations 20

Unattend.txt and Winnt.sif files 20

[Data] Parameter 21

Possible Values 21

Remote Installation Services 22

Enabling Emergency Management Services Post-Setup (x86-based Systems) 22

Configuring Serial Port Hardware Settings 22

Enabling Firmware Console Redirection 23

Enabling the Serial Port Console Redirection (SPCR) Table 23

Selecting the Firmware or Service Processor Terminal Definition Setting 24

Related Links 24


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