dell_readme.txt Driver File Contents (sansurfer40windows_install.exe)

QMSJ Application Notes						
4/7/03

1.  For information on installation 
    instructions and options make sure to 
    review the QMSJ 
    user's guide. 

2.  The default QMSJ write operation password 
    is "config".  Make sure to change this 
    password after install to ensure security 
    is not compromised.

3.  Make sure that if a previous version of 
    QMSJ is installed run the uninstall before 
    upgrading.

4.  ** Note the TCP/IP transport will have to 
       be loaded to talk to the QMSJ 
       agent.  **
    4.2 Netware systems do not come with the 
    TCPIP protocol loaded by default make the 
    following modifications to the 
    AUTOEXEC.NCF:
    
    LOAD TCPIP
    LOAD <ethernet card> SLOT=<slot> 
      FRAME=ENTERNET_II NAME=<name>
    BIND IP <name> ADDR=<ip address> 
      MASK=<mask>
    LOAD SCMD /BS

5.  Operation of QMSJ on NetWare 6.x servers 
    requires that the network protocol IPX/SPX 
    be installed.

6.  After the Novell Netware agent installation
    is complete one must start the QMSJ agent 
    by doing one of the following:

    A.  reboot the Netware server that the 
        agent was installed on.
    B.  type the following on the Netware server 
        console that the agent was installed on:

        RPCSTART
        LOAD QLREMOTE.NLM

    *** Note this assumes you have already 
        loaded the QLogic Novell Netware 
        HAM driver ***

7.  The QMSJ online web help can only be 
    viewed by Internet Explorer (version 4.0 or 
    greater) or Netscape Communicator (version 
    4.5 or greater). 

8.  The QMSJ application tries to help in not 
    allowing the user to connect to the same 
    host more than once (causes issues with 
    policies and wasted system resources).  
    This adds the requirement that all host 
    IP address MUST resolve to a host name to 
    allow connection to complete.

    If DNS is not used you must edit the local 
    host file on the system where you are running 
    the QMSJ GUI and add the host name to IP 
    mapping manually.  

    NT:

    <install drive>:\\winnt\\system32\\drivers
      \\etc\\hosts

    Netware:    

    SYS:ETC\\HOSTS

9.  The File Choosers in QMSJ at times does 
    not respond to double click traversal of 
    the file system.  The work around for now 
    is select the directory and click the Open 
    button to the right to traverse the directory 
    or open a specific file.

10. On Netware 4.2 the IP Address and Hostname 
    information can't be retrieved to be displayed 
    in the 'Novell Netware Disk Selection' step 
    of the application install.  Only the drive
    letter will be displayed.

11. On Netware the following modification to 
    CONFIG.SYS is required to run QMSJ.

        In CONFIG.SYS file on NetWare server 
          boot drive:
        
        FILES = 100
        BUFFERS = 50

12. The video resolution must be set to 256 
    colors or higher to run the QMSJ GUI.

13. During the uninstall of QMSJ from a Netware 
    server the following message: 'Can not stat 
    sys:etc/rpcnet.cfg' will be displayed at the 
    server's prompt.  This does not affect the 
    operation of the Netware server and can be 
    ignored.   

14. The administrator account password must not 
    be blank when changing the QMSJ application 
    password.  This is a Windows 2003 security 
    restriction.
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  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

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