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Lee Marson
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Download Windows Drivers for UCS-E series Servers

Hello,

Does anyone know where to download the drivers required for the following please?

They do not appear to be in the expected location

ProductsServers - Unified ComputingUCS E-Series Software

Installing Drivers for the Microsoft Windows Server


Note
 

If you purchased E-Series Server Option 1 (E-Series Server without preinstalled operating system or hypervisor), and you installed your own version of the Microsoft Windows Server, you must install drivers.


Microsoft Windows operating system requires that you install three drivers:

  •  On-Board Network Drivers for Windows 2008 R2
  •  LSI Drivers (On-Board Hardware RAID Controller) for Windows 2008 R2
  •  Intel Drivers for Windows 2008 R2

If you have purchased a 10 Gigabit add-on card, you must also install the 10G PCIe Network Drivers for Windows 2008 R2.

Procedure
    Step 1  Download the drivers from Cisco.com. See Obtaining Software from Cisco Systems.
    Step 2  Copy the driver files into an USB flash drive.
    Step 3  Install your own version of Microsoft Windows Server.

    During the installation process, you will be prompted for the LSI Drivers.

    Step 4  Plug the USB flash drive into the USB slot in the E-Series Server, and then install the LSI Drivers.
    Step 5  After the Microsoft Windows Server installation is complete, install the On-Board Network Drivers (Broadcom) and the Intel Drivers.

     

     

     

    Thanks

    Lee

     

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    Justin Welch
    Beginner

    Hello,

    Which E series module are you using? Looking at the links it seems like some the M1 modules have the options for drivers while the M2 modules do not:

     

     

    However, I believe they all are going to use the same driver bundles.

     

    Thanks,

    Justin

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    Justin Welch
    Beginner

    Hello,

    Which E series module are you using? Looking at the links it seems like some the M1 modules have the options for drivers while the M2 modules do not:

     

     

    However, I believe they all are going to use the same driver bundles.

     

    Thanks,

    Justin

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    Thanks Justin, didn't check all of the links :-)

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