Reply to post: Re: Shutting down the wrong server

Y2K, Windows NT4 Server and Notes. It's a 1990s Who, Me? special

Michael Wojcik Silver badge

Re: Shutting down the wrong server

Even the first gen RIB (before RILOE I and II which came before ILO) did a proper power-off.

RIB and RILOE were proprietary Compaq (and later HP) technologies. iLO is proprietary HPE. Not all NT4 servers were made by Compaq.

iDRAC is proprietary Dell, and I don't believe it was available in the days of NT4.

So what's your point?

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