Powershell script to find the current status of the specified HP Enclosure Fan

This blog explains about the powershell script to find the current status of the specified HP Enclosure Fan .

We need HP powershell cmdlet to run the script and download it from the below link .

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/products/server-software/product-detail.html?oid=5440657#!tab=features

Install the HPOACmdlets-x64.msi and look for the pdf for the installation steps.

Get-Help *hp* – It will show all the commands related to the HP

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Get-Help *hpoa* – It will show all the commands related to the HP-onboard administrator.

We need Get-HPOAEnclosureFan cmdlet get the information and current status of the specified enclosure fan.

Also use the below HP cmdlets to get various function of the enclosure. just replace the appropriate cmdlet on the script.

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Download the script from the below location.

Git-Hub or Dropbox

Related Links:

Powershell script to find the basic health and status of the HP Enclosure

Powershell to find the firmware version of the HP Enclosure Onboard Administrator and its related components.

Powershell to get the graph report of VMware VMs configured Memory.

Steps to upgrade the firmware of HP Virtual Connect Module using Virtual Connect Support Utility ( VCSU )

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2 Responses to Powershell script to find the current status of the specified HP Enclosure Fan

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