Unfortunately Cisco do not support managing CUCM server through Management port present in Server ( I believe you are talking about iLO port in MCS box).
Cisco supports the following standard features of iLO and iLO2:
•Virtual power to allow full remote control of the server power button
•Remote text console to enable the display and control of remote host server activities such as shutdown and startup
Cisco Supports the following advanced features of iLO and iLO2:
•Remote console and integrated remote console to access the system KVM and control virtual power and media from a single console (with Microsoft Internet Explorer)
•Virtual media applet to connect a floppy drive, CD/DVD-ROM, or USB key physical devices or images on your client PC to the remote server so they appear local to the server during system boot or while the operating system is available. You may also connect virtual media from within integrated remote console.
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