Hewlett-Packard SureStore CD/DVD-ROM Server
HP J3278B, HP J4150A, HP J4152A
Firmware version: 5.32
FIRMWARE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
If the transfer is interrupted, the server may become
inoperative and must be returned to HP.
Added features in version 5.32:
caching hard drive(s).
are now mounted and accessible, and can be archived.
from the Discs & Drives web page.
(if a caching hard drive is connected) sub-pages.
Web: Files and folders are sorted on the web file view
Files and folders are sorted alphabetically on the web file
view, with all folders displayed first.
file systems, Joliet is now mounted instead of ISO 9660/Apple.
connection after a period of inactivity.
StorPoint because the NetBIOS session limit was exceeded.
The number of allowed sessions is extended now.
config.ini) can be used if the domain is configured to restrict
access for anonymous logins.
The NCP command GetMountedVolumeList returned an empty
list to the newest NetWare clients, if a large number
of CDs were mounted. The number of volumes depended on
their names, but it had to be at least 30.
The CDs could not be browsed below the second level of the
directory structure when ShowAllVolumes parameter was set
to 'no'. Now, the complete directory structure can be
have not been shown correctly. This problem is now corrected.
The error message "NetBIOS session limit has exceeded"
appeared on Windows 2000 Professional clients when
shareLevel security was used and more than 10 session have
security is used in a environment where a Windows 2000 Server
is the domain controller. Note that the domain operation mode
still has to be mixed.
identifiers on an ISO 9660 volume differed from one, we
didn't remove the version numbers from the file names.
This resulted in strange suffixes in file listings and
made the files on the volume inaccessible.
file is possible now. A PC allows this kind of inconsistency
not work. This problem has been corrected.
node address which made it inaccessible.
changed to mount the last session.
characters is received. Files with too long names are no longer