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Part 1: Installing Proxmox

Go to https://www.proxmox.com/en/ and download the latest ISO.

Before starting the server, load the proxmox ISO.
With a SuperMicro motherboard, you only need to enter your IPMI IP in your browser which can be done even if it’s off, as long as there is power, IPMI is on and can remotely power the server.
To find it you can do an IP scan (google that).

 

You can also use their java-based client here as an alternative.
It will scan for the proper IP automatically so that’s a win.
However the remote viewing doesn’t work for me so I use the web client, your mileage may vary.

On the web client you will have the following screen :

We can connect the iso directly there but I usually clic on the black screen to start a remote connection and connect the ISO from there:

Don’t forget to click on “Plug In”

Start the server, load the boot menu (F11 in my case cf your BIOS POST)

If your motherboard support UEFI: ATEN Virtual CDROM YSOJ, choose the UEFI option to load the ISO.

You should have the following screen. If yes, congrats, take a beer, you just managed to boot a server without a mouse, keyboard, ISO cd or USB or screen.

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