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RafaelMarcelino
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iLO cmdlets for PowerShell - Help please

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Hello guys.

I'm trying the cmdlets of iLO for PowerShell, so far and after a while I'm not able to run the simple line:

Set-HPiLOHostPower -Server $srvILO -Username $username -Password $password -HostPower "No"

or

Set-HPiLOVirtualPowerButton -Server $srvILO -Username $username -Password $password –PressType Press

For both lines above, nothing happens!

 

After experiencing these issues, I tried manually clicking on "Momentary Press" button (Graceful Power Off) on iLO page, and nothing happend also!!

The strange part is that if the server is already down, the command below work fine (change parameter from "No" to "Yes):

Set-HPiLOHostPower -Server $srvILO -Username $username -Password $password -HostPower "Yes"

 

The BIOS option below, is currently enabled:

BIOS -> Server Availability -> Power Button.

The tests has been made on different servers, DL385p G7 and G8. I'm currently with the latest iLO firmware version.

I'm running out of ideas.

 

Thank you very much,
Rafael

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This is the wrong company for Servers, Storage, Software, and Networking. Please use the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community:
http://community.hpe.com/

http://community.hpe.com/t5/ProLiant-Servers-ML-DL-SL/bd-p/itrc-264

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