Programs for Windows NT and Windows 95
The ServeRAID program files available for Windows NT consist of the ServeRAID Administration and Monitoring Program, device drivers, background-server components, and the IPSSEND and IPSMON command-line programs.
(See 'IPSSEND and IPSMON Programs' for more information.)
The IBM ServeRAID Administration and Monitoring Program for Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 95 is called the WIN32-Based program.
This program provides a graphical interface that enables you to monitor ServeRAID configuration changes being performed on the server while the server is fully operational.
You can create an array, delete an array, create a logical drive, change the RAID level, dynamically increase the logical drive size, rebuild an array, and perform other basic ServeRAID configuration functions.
You can run the WIN32-Based program in the stand-alone mode only on a Windows NT server. Or, you can run the WIN32-Based program remotely on a Windows NT or Windows 95 client and access the client from a server that has TCP/IP, a background-server component (see 'Background-Server Components'), and one of the following operating systems installed: