If you are having trouble locating your server on your network, note the following:
The server may not immediately appear because your system and network protocols may require significant time to locate the server. You should wait at least 5 minutes and then try again.
In Windows networks, a “master browser” function performed by one of the systems on your network may be required. “Browse master” services are commonly performed by file servers--but, on peer-to-peer networks, the service may be missing. Refer to your Windows system documentation for information on adding file-server services.
Check to see if the server is talking on the network at all--whether you can ping it in an IP network or whether it appears in the Network Neighborhood in a Windows network.
If the server will not appear on the network or you suspect that your configuration changes have serious errors, then you can reset the server to the factory-default condition and cycle its power again (to see if you can reconfigure it for the network).
If you cannot install the server to the network, call HP support for help in isolating the failure or go to HP’s Web site, which contains more problem-solving tips.
If your server has failed according to front-panel indicator error conditions, then the server module may be faulty.