Management HP ILO using PowerShell
26 March 2014 | Category PowerShell | Author itpro | Comments: 0
Specifically for Windows administrator and it professionals Hewlett-Packard recently released a set of 110 PowerShell cmdlets directly from Windows to remotely configure and manage the interfaces HP ILO on HP servers. This set of cmdlets is called the HP Scripting Tools Windows PowerShell and is designed to work with HP iLO 3 and iLO 4. Cmdlets are combined in module HPiLOCmdlets designed for:
- Search and scan ILO interfaces in the network
- Access to the settings of the ILO, including interface configuration, users ILO, power management, logs, IML, etc.
- the Ability to simultaneously control multiple cards iLOs
Download HP Scripting Tools for Windows PowerShell here. Select the version and bitness of your OS (supported in Windows 7 SP1, Microsoft Windows 8, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2) and download the appropriate package (at the time of this writing the site was available HP Scripting Tools Version 1.1 — 20th Mar 2014).
In this example, the package for Windows Server 2012 R2-Z7550-10537-x64.exe (479 KB). Unzip the contents to any folder and run the setup module HP Scripting Tools for PowerShell (HPiLOCmdlets-x64.msi).
note. For cmdlets on your computer, you must install the Microsoft Management Framework 3.0 (includes PowerShell 3.0 or Microsoft Management Framework 4.0 (PowerShell 4.0). For PoSh 3.0 will also need to install .NET 4.0. for PoSh 4.0 — NET 4.5.
the Module is installed in the directory C:ProgramFilesHewlett-PackardPowerShellModules. but the path to this directory in the system variable PSModulePath is not included. I.e. PowerShell by default, this module does not see. Correct this misunderstanding command:
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