For information on setting up a Windows Server┬« 2003 operating system within an IPv6 network, see the online Microsoft┬« Technet article Step-by-Step Guide for Setting Up IPv6 in a Test Lab.
Before using HP Smart Update Manager to deploy software and firmware updates to remote Windows Server┬« 2003 servers, you must add a registry entry to enable file sharing connections over IPv6 networks. To make the registry entry:
For more information about these steps, see the Microsoft┬« Knowledge Base Item 281308 on the Microsoft┬« website.
IPv6 addresses can be passed to HP Smart Update Manager in command line arguments or using the HP Smart Update Manager user interface. In the HP Smart Update Manager user interface, you can add a remote host on an IPv6 network by either entering the DNS name of the IPv6 target server or by selecting the IPv6 address button and entering the IPv6 address. HP Smart Update Manager supports both the short-name and full IPv6 notation. You do not need to add the optional interface number when you enter the address.
If you cannot connect to the target server or
message when executing HP Smart Update Manager in an IPv6
environment, see the troubleshooting
After you connect to the target server, all other HP Smart Update Manager functions work identically. Log files for IPv6 hosts are stored with all other HP Smart Update Manager files in the \CPQSYSTEM\hp\log\<ip_address> directory.