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Questions about Intel Server Board S1200KPR

RKoch1
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Hi

I have some questions about the Intel Server Board S1200KPR and i hope somebody can help me.

 

I build a new Homeserver with the following components

 

- Intel E3-1265Lv2

- Intel S1200KPR

- OS: Windows Hyper-V 2012 Core

 

I would like to create RAID Arrays for my data. One RAID1 Array and One RAID5 Array.

 

1. In the Download section for this board is a donwload called "Intel RAID Web Console 2". This is the same Software which is use with Intel RAID Controllers. Can i use this Software to connect remotely to the OnBoard RAID Controller or is it only for use with Intel RAID Controller in PCIe Slots?

2. Can i use a Intel RAID Controller (for example RT3WB080) designed for Intel Xeon E5 Prosessors with this board? I cannot find any Informations if this combinations is compatible.

3. Anyone use this board with a RAID Controller? Which one?

Kind regards

Keks22

 

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SMSchulz
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I built one with RS2BL040 a while back.

 

It runs great.

I am not sure about the remote connection ~ I use the remote desktop connection then connect to the web console.

It is a client computer running Server 2012 std.

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Daniel_O_Intel
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The board uses Intel® Rapid Storage Technology, so RAID Web Console won't connect to it. The driver at https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=22036 Download Center does include an Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology application, though.

I don't see any list of tested hardware posted on the support site, though.

SMSchulz
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I built one with RS2BL040 a while back.

 

It runs great.

I am not sure about the remote connection ~ I use the remote desktop connection then connect to the web console.

It is a client computer running Server 2012 std.

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