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OmniBook 6000

Notebook PC
Next-Generation Notebook Thats Easy to Carry, Ready to Work
On top of all these performance features, this notebook PC offers a sleek new image and outstanding portability. It comes in a new, two-tone magnesium package that not only looks good, but is also durable to protect whats inside. And its only about 5 pounds and 1.26 inches thin. To make our newest HP OmniBook notebook PC even easier to use, we incorporated many new, high-quality ergonomic features. For example, we shortened the palm rest for more comfortable typing. Moved the speakers and adapted their mounting for better sound quality. Changed the module bay latch design for easy module removal and positive locking indication. Adjusted the shape of our unique dual pointing devices for easier activation. And we added other new features, such as hand grips to prevent dropping, improved power and audio controls, and a Mylar seal under the keyboard to resist spills. Not only is the HP OmniBook 6000 easy to carry and long-lasting on the roadwith primary and optional secondary batteries delivering up to a seven-hour run time; its also ready to get down to business when users return to the office. Most models come with an integrated 3Com Mini-PCI Modem and a 10/100Base-T Network Interface Card for fast, easy connectivity. And its optional docking solutionsranging from a simple port replicator for basic cable management to a full docking system with monitor standmake it easy for users to network and assure you of the ultimate in security and expandability. Plus, for ease of deployment and training, these docking solutions are compatible with our other enterprise HP OmniBook platforms.
Reliable Mobility in a New, Contemporary Notebook PC
If you specify notebook PCs for your company, Hewlett-Packard understands the complexities you face in identifying a vendor and a set of products that meet your end-user and business needs. Thats why were committed to delivering a comprehensive notebook PC family that meets both sets of requirements. Our newest product within this familythe HP OmniBook 6000 notebook PCcombines all the best features of our current product line with an entirely new design for highperformance business computing. This notebook PC offers the reliability, compatibility, industry-leading security, and low cost of ownership your IT department cant afford to compromise, plus the performance, expandability, portability, and ergonomics your users are demanding all in an upscale, professional-looking package theyll be proud to take with them.
Leading Performance and Expandability
The HP OmniBook 6000 notebook PC delivers leading performance for demanding business applications and presentationsat very competitive pricing. It comes with your choice of the latest Intel mobile processors: Pentium III processors running at up to 700 MHz with SpeedStep technologywhich reduces power consumption when the notebook PC operates off the batteryor the economical 550-MHz Celeron processor. For superb presentation quality, this notebook PC features a 15- or 14.1-inch XGA TFT display with an ATI Mobility 3D graphics controller offering 2X AGP and four or eight Mbytes of internal video RAM. In addition to high performance, we designed the HP OmniBook 6000 for flexibility and expandability. It includes 64 or 128 Mbytes of PC-100 SDRAM, expandable to 512 Mbytes, and several hard drive sizes (from 5 to 18 Gbytes) to choose from. Its front-loading module bay accommodates a standard floppy disk drive, a standard 24Xmax-speed CD-ROM or 6X-max-speed DVD-ROM drive, or an optional LS-120 SuperDisk, Zip, or second hard drive. And, for the ultimate flexibility, choose from a long list of additional accessoriesfrom wireless-ready communication capabilities and carrying cases to docking stations and security solutions.
HP OmniBook 6000 Notebook PC
A Perfect Fit for Your IT Environment
The way HP OmniBooks fit right into your corporate environment is one of their key advantages. With up to 24-month lifecycles, they offer your company greater stability than competitive products. When models do change, their consistent images and cross-productline accessoriessuch as docking solutions and migration toolsmake your transition easy and reduce your cost of ownership. Youll also appreciate that these notebook PCs come preloaded with Microsoft Windows 2000with its enhanced reliability, scalability, ease of use, security, and manageabilityas well as Windows 95*. For easy PC management, weve preloaded Desktop Management Interface (DMI) 2.0 and HPs industry-leading management application, HP TopTools 4.5. As the industry leader in notebook PC security, we provide multiple security features including our pioneering HP Mobile ProtectTools Smart Card optionto prevent theft and tampering.

Everything You Needin One, Totally Reliable Notebook PC
At HP, we take reliable mobility very seriously. At our quality labs, we subject HP OmniBook notebook PCs to a myriad of rigorous tests to identify any problems and then fix those problems before, during, and after manufacturing. All of this results in a reliable notebook PC experience for you and your users.
* Windows 98 preloaded instead of Windows 95 in some countries.
Modem and LAN adapter 15-inch (38.1-cm) or 14.1-inch (35.8-cm) XGA TFT display

PC card slots

Removable hard drive
16-bit Sound Blaster Procompatible stereo sound Power-on Sleep button LED keyboard indicators Scroll button

USB port

Parallel port

Docking connector

PS/2 keyboard/ Serial port mouse port

Video out

Universal AC adapter
High-performance Intel Mobile Pentium III or Celeron processor Lithium-ion battery LED power indicators Module bay
Mute button Dual pointing devices: pointing stick and touch pad Module bay latch

Audio volume control

Lock slot

Infrared port

Headphone-out, microphone-in and line-in ports
HP OmniBook 6000 PC System Features
700-, 650-, or 600-MHz Intel Mobile Pentium III processor featuring Intel SpeedStep technology1 or 550-MHz Intel Mobile Celeron processor Cache 256-KB internal L2 cache (Pentium III) 128-KB internal L2 cache (Celeron) 32-KB internal L1 cache Memory 64 or 128 MB of PC-100 SDRAM standard Slot available for expansion to 512 MB using optional HP RAM expansion modules Maximum system memory 512 MB2 Mass Storage Industry-standard 18-, 12-, 10-, 6-, or 5-GB removable Enhanced-IDE hard drive Module bay supports: Standard 3.5-inch (8.9-cm), 1.44-MB floppy disk drive module (can be inserted in module bay or attached with cable) Standard 24X-max-speed CD-ROM drive or 6X-max-speed DVD-ROM module Optional modules: 24X-max-speed CD-ROM or CD-RW drive, 6X-max-speed DVD-ROM drive with software MPEG decoding3, LS-120 SuperDisk drive, Zip drive, or 18-GB second hard drive Display 15-in (38.1-cm) or 14.1-in (35.8-cm) diagonal XGA TFT display with 16 million colors Video ATI Mobility M/M1 graphics controller with 2X AGP 8 or 4 MB of internal video RAM MPEG-2 hardware acceleration Zoomed Video support in lower slot Dual-display and dual view capability under Windows 95, 98, and 2000 External Video 640 480/16 million colors/100Hz Resolutions 800 600/16 million colors/100Hz 1024 768/16 million colors/100Hz 1280 1024/16 million colors/85Hz (with ATI Mobility M) 1280 1024/16 million colors/100Hz (with ATI Mobility M1) 1600 1200/64K colors/100Hz (with ATI Mobility M) 1600 1200/16 million colors/100Hz (with ATI Mobility M1) Audio 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro-compatible stereo sound Stereo sound via headphone-out, line-in, microphone-in ports; two internal speakers 3D-enhanced PCI bus audio with Zoomed Video support Built-monophonic microphone Communications Integrated 3Com 56-Kbps4 modem and LAN (Ethernet 10/100) via Mini-PCI Type IIIA Card with wake-on-LAN, PXE, and WfM 2.0 compatibility (standard on most models) Integrated MC97 software or controller-less modem; V.90 56-Kbps, V.80-synchronous, with worldwide DAA (model F2072W/K only) Ports Universal Serial Bus (USB) port Serial port: 9-pin, 115,200-bps Parallel port: 25-pin bidirectional ECP and EPP 4-Mbps IrDA5-compliant infrared port PS/2 keyboard/mouse port; supports Y-adapter (F1469A) Video out Headphone-out, line-in, microphone-in ports 240-pin PCI connector for docking PC Card Slot One Type III or two Type II PC Card slots CardBus-enabled Zoomed Video in lower slot 3.3 Vaux and D3 cold wake-up support Power Universal AC adapter: 100- to 240-Vac (50- to 60-Hz) input; 19-Vdc, 3.16-A output Rechargeable 8-cell lithium-ion battery with up to 4-hour run time or 6-cell lithium-ion battery with up to 3-hour run time6 Up to 7-hour total run time with primary and secondary batteries6 Fast battery recharge: 85% in 1.5 hours; 100% in 2 hours Suspend/resume/save-to-disk feature Low-battery warning Advanced Power Management 1.2 ACPI 1.0, OnNow, and Energy Starcompliant CPU Keyboard and Pointing Devices 87-/88-key full-size keyboard Embedded numeric keypad 12 function [Fn] keys Dual pointing devices: touch pad and pointing stick Scroll button Microsoft Windows 2000 and 95 preloaded; Windows NT 4.0 drivers available7 Windows 95/98/2000-compatible Plug & Play (including hot docking and hot swapping of accessory bay modules) McAfee VirusScan HP DiagTools 2.0 for system diagnostics Phoenix BIOS 4.0 release (6.0 code base) Touch pad and pointing stick drivers for independent control of each device OS-independent LED indicators and hotkeys Online users handbook E-center for convenient access to online services (North America only) Desktop Management Interface (DMI) 2.0compliant HP TopTools 4.5 for Windows 95/98 and NT 4.08 Advanced Power Management (APM 1.2) ACPI 1.0 User and administrator passwords Kensington MicroSaver lock slot System and hard drive passwords PC identification displayed at boot DMI-accessible electronic serial number Docking password 5.0 lb (2.27 kg) to 6.3 lb (2.86 kg) depending on configuration 12.4 10.38 1.26 in (31.5 26.1 3.2 cm) with 14" display 12.8 10.38 1.26 in (32.5 26.1 3.2 cm) with 15" display Three-year, worldwide parts-and-labor limited warranty (except models F2072W/K and F2081W/K) One-year, worldwide parts-and-labor limited warranty on models F2072W/K and F2081W/K Two-year warranty extension and repair available on models F2072W/K and F2081W/K One-, two-, or three-year warranty upgrade available for next-business-day, on-site service One-year, worldwide warranty on battery and accessories 247 HP technical phone support during warranty period Centralized, worldwide BIOS and driver update service Proactive notification Free HP pickup and delivery service in the U.S., Canada, and most Western European countries during the warranty period Customer Care electronic support available through: World Wide Web (www.hp.com/cposupport) HP FIRST Pre-sales Fax Retrieval System HP FIRST Post-sales Fax Retrieval System

Software

Manageability

Security

Weight Dimensions Warranty

Support

Dual-speed processor; runs at 700, 650, or 600 MHz from AC power, 500 MHz from battery. Two (optional) 256 MB modules must be used to achieve 512 MB. MPEG-2 solution supported under Windows 95/98/NT/2000. 56 Kbps refers to server download speed only. Download speeds of 56 Kbps are currently unavailable in the U.S.; upload speeds are limited to 33.6 Kbps. Maximum transmission rates will vary according to line conditions and country regulations. Reg. U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Estimated battery life. Actual battery life may vary with usage. Windows NT 4.0 drivers are available on the HP OmniBook Web site at www.hp.com/omnibook. HP TopTools will be available for Windows 2000 in 2H 2000.

HP OmniBook 60001

Product Number F2090W/K F2087W/K F2083W/K F2081W/K F2079W/K F2072W/K CPU Pentium III 700-MHz2 Pentium III 700-MHz2 Pentium III 650-MHz2 Pentium III 600-MHz2 Pentium III 600-MHz2 Celeron 550-MHz Memory 128 MB 128 MB 128 MB 64 MB 128 MB 64 MB Display 15" XGA TFT 14.1" XGA TFT 14.1" XGA TFT 14.1" XGA TFT 14.1" XGA TFT 14.1" XGA TFT Hard Disk Drive 18 GB 12 GB 10 GB 6 GB 6 GB 5 GB CD/DVD 6X-DVD-ROM 6X-DVD-ROM 24X-CD-ROM 24X-CD-ROM 24X-CD-ROM 24X-CD-ROM Video ATI-8MB ATI-8MB ATI-8MB ATI-8MB ATI-8MB ATI-4MB Communications Mini-PCI Modem/NIC Mini-PCI Modem/NIC Mini-PCI Modem/NIC Mini-PCI Modem/NIC Mini-PCI Modem/NIC Software modem only Battery 8-Cell Li-Ion 8-Cell Li-Ion 8-Cell Li-Ion 8-Cell Li-Ion 8-Cell Li-Ion 6-Cell Li-Ion Operating System3 Win 95/2000 Win 95/2000 Win 95/2000 Win 95/2000 Win 95/2000 Win 95/2000 Warranty 3-year 3-year 3-year 1-year 3-year 1-year
In addition to the above, each HP OmniBook 6000 notebook PC includes a 3.5-inch, 1.44-MB floppy disk drive module; dual pointing devices; a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (F2072W/K includes a 6-cell lithium-ion battery; all other models include an 8-cell lithium-ion battery); an AC adapter with power cord; user documentation; and a recovery CD.
All models are available without modem or LAN option. Dual-speed processor; runs at 700, 650, or 600 MHz from AC power, 500 MHz from battery. Some models in some countries come with Windows 98 preloaded instead of Windows 95. Windows NT 4.0 drivers are available on the HP OmniBook Web site at www.hp.com/omnibook.

Accessories

Docking Solutions F1451A F1452A F1453A F1477A F2010A F2012A Port Replicator Mini-Dock Monitor Stand for Port Replicator and Mini-Dock Docking System and Monitor Stand Docking Module Bay Adapter Docking Tray for OmniBook 6000 (replacement) Communications F1623A F1625A F1626B F1627A F1643A F1782A Xircom CreditCard Ethernet 10/100+Modem 562-GlobalACCESS Xircom CreditCard Modem 562-GlobalACCESS 3Com 10/100 LAN CardBus PC Card Xircom CreditCard Modem 562 (for use in U.S. only) Xircom RealPort CardBus Ethernet 10/100+Modem 562 3Com 10/100 Fast Ethernet+562 Global Modem CardBus PC Card

Memory Upgrades

Hard Drives Media Modules
F1456B F1457B F1622B F1654B F2016A F2018A F2022A F2013A F2017A F2015A F1761B F2009B F2026A
32-MB SDRAM Module 64-MB SDRAM Module 128-MB SDRAM Module 256-MB SDRAM Module 18-GB Hard Disk Drive Replacement 18-GB Hard Disk Drive Module LS-120 SuperDisk Drive Module Floppy Disk Drive Module (replacement) 24X-Max-Speed CD-ROM Drive Module (replacement) 6X-Max-Speed DVD-ROM Drive Module with Software MPEG Decoding1 MPEG Decoder Kit Zip Drive Module CD-RW (20) Module AC Adapter Ultra Slimline AC Adapter Auto/Airline Power Adapter Primary (replacement) Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery with up to 4-hour run time Secondary Rechargeable (module bay) Lithium-Ion Battery (up to 3-hour run time) Lithium-Ion Battery Charger (charges primary and secondary batteries)
F1611C F1612C F1613B F2104A F1645A F1747A F1608A F1607A F1606A F1771A F1469A F2008A

Carrying Cases

F1454A F1781A F1455A F2019A F2014A F2011A

Cables

HP Mobile ProtectTools 2000 Smart Card Kit, v2.1, 128-bit (for use in U.S. and Canada) HP Mobile ProtectTools 2000 Smart Card Kit, v2.1, 40-bit (for use outside U.S. and Canada) Smart Card 5-pack International Smart Card 5-pack Kensington MicroSaver Notebook Lock Defcon 1 Notebook Alarm Executive Carrying Case Leather Carrying Case Ballistic Nylon Carrying Case Universal Carrying Case PS-2 Y Adapter External Floppy Disk Drive Cable (replacement)
MPEG-2 solution supported under Windows 95/98/NT/2000. 56 Kbps refers to server download speed only. Download speeds of 56 Kbps are currently unavailable in the U.S.; upload speeds are limited to 33.6 Kbps. Maximum transmission rates will vary according to line conditions and country regulations.

Service and Support: No Time for Downtime
Two additional important features come standard with the HP OmniBook 6000 notebook PC: HPs legendary quality and total reliability. These features, combined with our award-winning HP Customer Care service and support, are your assurance that the HP OmniBook 6000 wont let you or your users down. And, of course, every HP OmniBook notebook PC comes with a free, oneor three-year, worldwide parts-and-labor limited warranty that includes unlimited customer service.

EPA POLLUTION PREVENTER

For the latest information on HP OmniBook notebook PCs and their optional accessories, visit HPs World Wide Web site at www.hp.com/omnibook
As an ENERGY STAR partner, HP has determined that these products meet the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered service mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Intel and Pentium are U.S. registered trademarks and SpeedStep and Celeron are U.S. trademarks of Intel Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Hewlett-Packard continually strives to improve the quality of its products. Consequently, technical and environmental information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 2000. Printed in XXXX 03/00 XXXX-XXXX

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Enterprise Fabric Connectivity Management
EFC Server Configuration Guide For the HP OmniBook 6000 PC
Revision: 0.2 February 8, 2000
EFC Server Configuration Guide for the HP OmniBook 6000 PC

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Table of Contents
3 3.1 3.2 3.4.5.1 5.2 5.6.7.1 7.2 7.3 Introduction....3 System Requirements....3 PC Setup and Configuration...4 Drive Assignments....4 CMOS Setup....4 Install LAN Card...4 Windows 2000 Setup and Configuration...5 Power Options....5 Internet Information Server Setup and Configuration..6 IIS 5.0 Installation....6 Web Server Configuration...7 FTP Server Configuration...7 EFC Management Applications Installation...8 Iomega QuikSync....8 EFCM Operation....8 EFC Management Services Window...8 EFC Manager Login Window...10 Service Control Manager....11
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Introduction
This document describes the setup and configuration requirements for the HP OmniBook 6000 notebook PC to function as an EFC Server. This is to be used as a guide for configuring the PC, installing the software, and basic operation of the EFCM server application The sections in this document are as follows: System Requirements Describes the hardware requirements for EFC Server operation. PC Setup and Configuration Describes the hardware configuration and CMOS setup. Windows 2000 Setup and Configuration Describes operating system configuration. EFC Management Applications Installation Describes steps for installing EFCM software. IIS Setup and Configuration Describes Web server and FTP server installation EFCM Operation Describes user operation of the EFC Management Services software.

System Requirements

The following table lists the minimum requirements for an EFC Server PC platform along with the actual capabilities (compliance) of the HP OmniBook 6000 PC. Minimum Requirement Notebook PC Intel 333 Mhz 128 MB RAM 4 GB hard drive Two Ethernet 10/100 Mbps interfaces Zip Drive CD-ROM Drive Modem Color VGA 1024 x 768 resolution Video power down when lid is closed Auto boot when power is applied
Actual Capabilities HP OmniBook Mhz Pentium III 160 MB RAM 18 GB hard drive Internal 3Com 10/100 Mini PCI adapter 3Com 10/100 Type III Card Bus PC Card Internal Zip Drive (100 MB media) No1 Internal 3Com 56K Mini PCI modem (COM3) Compliant Compliant Not compliant2
The CD-ROM is required to install the EFC Management Applications software, both initially and subsequent updates. HP has decided to swap the internal Zip drive with an internal CD-ROM drive during the EFCM software installation process, and then swap back to the internal Zip drive for normal operation.
The OmniBook 6000 does not appear to support this capability. The purpose for auto boot is to allow the EFC Server to automatically resume operation after a power failure. The managed switches will automatically power up and resume operation, so it is highly desirable for the EFC Server to automatically resume its monitoring activities without the need for operator intervention.

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PC Setup and Configuration
The OmniBook PC must be setup with a specific configuration for it to function properly as an EFC Server. This level of setup must be performed anytime a PC is configured from scratch. The following subsections describe the requirements for setting up disk partitions and configuring certain CMOS setup options.

Drive Assignments

The EFC Management application software requires the following logical disk drive assignments: C: Hard drive partition D: Internal Zip drive -or- Internal CD-ROM drive (used only for recovery or upgrade)

CMOS Setup

Certain options must be configured properly in the CMOS Setup Utility. The Setup Utility is entered by pressing the F2 key when prompted immediately after applying power to the HP OmniBook PC. All options may be left at their default settings except for specific options under the Power (APM) tab as listed below. Since the PC will always have an AC power source, there is no need to have any level of power saving options enabled. In fact, you must not allow the PC to ever enter Hibernate mode because the PC must continue to run 24x7 to monitor the switches. Intel SpeedStep Mode: Power Management Mode: Smart CPU Mode: Display Time-out: Suspend Time-out: Hibernate Time-out: Hard Disk Time-out: Time-out on AC: Lid Switch Mode: Resume On Serial Ring: Resume On Time of Day: Auto Suspend on Undock: Auto Turn-On on Dock: [Performance] [Disabled] Off Off Off Off Off [Disabled] [Turn Off LCD] [Disabled] [Disabled] [Never] [Enabled]

Install LAN Card

Before proceeding with Windows 2000 installation, make certain you have installed the 3Com 10/100 Type III CardBus PC Card in the CardBus slots.

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Windows 2000 Setup and Configuration
To restore the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional operating system onto the HP OmniBook 6000 PC, you must use the HP System Recovery CDs that comes with the PC. See the README.TXT file on Disk 1 of the System Recovery CD for specific instructions on performing a factory installation of Windows 2000. Note that the PC comes with recovery CDs for both Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (single CD) and Windows 2000 Professional (two CDs). Be sure to use the System Recovery CD for Windows 2000 Professional (the dual CD set). Since this process requires the use of a CD-ROM drive, you will need to replace the internal Zip drive with an internal CD-ROM drive prior to performing the installation.

Power Options

The default power options selected during Windows 2000 installation allow the system to enter standby and hibernate modes after a period of inactivity. These defaults must be changed to prevent the PC from ever entering either of these modes. This can be done by selecting a predefined power scheme that never allows the system to enter standby or hibernate modes. You must perform the following steps to change the default power options: 1. Open the Control Panel. 2. Double-click the Power Options icon. 3. Select the power scheme named Always On (see example below) 4. Click the OK button.

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Internet Information Server Setup and Configuration
EFCM requires a standard Web Server and FTP Server to be installed and configured properly on the HP OmniBook PC. The Web Server is used by the client application to access online help files, and the FTP Server is used by the client application to move files back and forth between the client and server as necessary. Windows 2000 includes a Web Server and FTP Server as part of an optional component called Internet Information Services (IIS). This component is not automatically installed during the system recovery process, and must be installed and configured separately. You must perform the steps described in each of the following subsections to install IIS 5.0 and configure the Web Server and FTP Server appropriately for EFCM use.

IIS 5.0 Installation

You must perform the following steps to install the Internet Information Server: 1. Open the Control Panel. 2. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon. 3. Click the Add/Remove Windows Components to display the following dialog box:

4. Place a check mark in the box next to the Internet Information Services (IIS) component. 5. Click the Details button to display a list of the sub-components in IIS 6. Remove the check mark from the following sub-components since these are not required for EFCM operation: FrontPage 2000 Server Extensions SMTP Service Visual InterDev RAD Remote Deployment Support 7. Click the OK button, then the Next button. 8. When prompted with Please insert the Compact Disc labeled Service Pack Files into your CD-ROM drive, click the OK button. McDATA Corporation Restricted Distribution

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9. When prompted with Insert Service Pack Files into the drive selected below, enter c:\i386 in the edit box, then click the OK button.

Web Server Configuration

The Web Server is used to download and install the EFCM client application to remote workstations, and to provide access to online help information from the EFCM application once installed. Installation of the EFC Management Applications software on the server automatically installs the appropriate web files to the default web publishing directory (c:\inetpub\wwwroot), and no additional web server configuration is required specifically for EFCM use.

FTP Server Configuration

The FTP Server requires the following configuration settings for EFCM to function properly: The FTP Server home directory must be located at c:\inetpub\ftproot. This is the default configuration when IIS is first installed, so you do not need to configure this. The FTP Server must accept anonymous connections. This is the default configuration when IIS is first installed, so you do not need to configure this. The FTP Server home directory must have both read and write access permissions. The default setting for the home directory is read-only, so you must follow the steps described below to enable write permissions in the FTP Server home directory. A virtual directory must be created to provide FTP read-only access to the EFCM program files. You must follow the steps described below to create the virtual directory.
The following steps describe the procedure to configure the FTP Server home directory for read/write access and to create a new virtual directory for accessing the EFCM program files. 1. Open the Control Panel 2. Double-click the Administrative Tools icon 3. Double-click the Internet Service Manager icon 4. Expand the tree in the Internet Information Services panel to display the following two items: Default FTP Site Default Web Site 5. Right-click the Default FTP Site item and select Properties from the menu. 6. Click the Home Directory tab in the Default FTP Site Properties dialog box. 7. Place a check mark in both the Read and Write boxes, then click OK. 8. Right-click the Default FTP Site item again and select New, Virtual Directory. 9. Click the Next button in the Virtual Directory Creation Wizard. 10. Enter the name EfcMan in the Alias box, then click Next. 11. Enter the path c:\Program Files\EFCM in the Path box, then click Next (note: if EFCM has not yet been installed you must manually create this folder before you will be allowed to create the virtual directory). 12. Leave the Read option checked and the Write option unchecked, then click Next. 13. Click the Finish button.

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EFC Management Applications Installation
Install the EFCM software on the OmniBook PC by performing the following steps: 1. Insert the HP EFC Management Applications CD into the CD-ROM drive, and run the installation program named d:\hpServerInstall.exe. 2. The installer program will guide you through the installation process

Iomega QuikSync

Included in the EFC Management Applications installation is the Iomega QuikSync application, which is used to automatically backup all EFCM data to a Zip drive. This application is installed and configured automatically, so no additional configuration is necessary. When the entire EFC Server configuration procedure is complete, you must power off the PC and replace the internal CD-ROM drive with an internal Zip drive for proper to allow the QuikSync application to function properly.

EFCM Operation

Once Windows 2000, EFCM, and the Web and FTP servers have been installed and properly configured, you remove the internal CD-ROM drive from the HP OmniBook 6000 PC and replace it with the internal Zip drive. Do this while the PC is powered-off. Since the EFCM server application is installed as a Windows 2000 service, operation automatically begins after a power-on or restart of the HP OmniBook PC. This is an important aspect of the EFCM server application, because it continuously monitors status of the Fibre Channel switches, directors, and fabrics, and alerts users via SNMP or e-mail if important system events occur, regardless of whether or not a user is logged-in to Windows 2000. Once the EFCM software has been installed and configured, and you reboot the PC, the EFC Management Services application automatically starts. When you login to Windows 2000, you will see two windows displayed: the EFC Management Services window, and the EFC Manager Login window. Each of these windows is described in section 7.1 and section 7.2 respectively. You control the EFCM Server using the Windows Service Control Manager in the Administrative Tools folder under Windows Control Panel. Since the application is installed as a Windows 2000 service, it automatically starts whenever the server PC is booted. Ordinarily, you should not need to stop the service or change its startup parameters, but if you do, it should be done from the Service Control Manager as described in section 7.3 below.

EFC Management Services Window
An example of the EFC Management Services window is displayed below. Its purpose is to display operational status of the EFCM server. There are three potential statuses that are represented by a graphical icon both in the window title bar and on the bottom status line of the window. Green Circle Fully operational Yellow Triangle An internal problem has been detected, however operations continue. Red Diamond A fatal problem has been detected and operations have ceased.

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The EFC Management Services window cannot be closed by clicking on the x in the upper right corner of the windows. The only way to close the window is to stop the EFC Management Services via the Windows Service Control Manager as described in section 7.3.

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EFC Manager Login Window
When EFC Management Services starts, it automatically starts the EFC Manager user interface and displays the EFC Manager Login window. This window cannot be closed by clicking on the x in the upper right corner of the window. The only way to close the EFC Manager Login is to stop the EFC Management Services via the Windows Service Control Manager (see section 7.3). Doing so, however, stops all active monitoring of the Fibre Channel switches, directors, and fabrics.
For more information about the EFC Manager Login and operation of the EFC Manager user interface, please refer to the appropriate user publications.

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Service Control Manager
You stop and start the EFCM Server application using the Windows Service Control Manager. Do not stop the application through the Windows Task Manager by ending the task. To access the Service Control Manager from the Start Menu, click the Settings menu item, then click Control Panel. Double-click the Administrative Tools icon, then double-click the Services icon to display a Services dialog similar to the following example. From here, you can stop and start the service or change its startup parameters.
As seen in the above example, the EFCM service is called EFC Management Services. When the service is running successfully, you will see two windows: EFC Management Services window EFC Manager Login window
Each of these windows is described in earlier sections.

 

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