PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment) is a network boot option. Check the boot order and make sure that network boot (PXE) is not first in the list. Secondly how did you order the server, was it ordered as just the UCS C220 M3 or as a Business Edition 6000 (BE6K) system? If you ordered the BE6K option VMware ESXi should have come pre-installed, otherwise you have to obtain and install VMware ESXi so that you can boot the system off of that operating system and begin creating virtual machines. Here's a helpful guide for setting things up, http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Implementing_BE_6000_9.0#What_you_receive_in_the_box.
You are in the correct location. That indicates you are selecting to boot from the network, that's a Gigabit Ethernet (GE) adapter. Here's how my setup looks to boot from the locally attached hard drives.
I could not find any HDD option there. It has only IBA and Internal EFI Shell.
Aditionally i enter into mega raid setup and physical and logical view are same. There is no virtual drives created
In Physical View it shows from slot 0 to 7 SAS, HDD, 278.646, unconfigured good. The same output for Logical View.
I am not sure whether the ESXi is installed in it or i have to installed.
No CD's are received in UCS Box
============================================================================ Problem is solved after downloading the evaluation version of VMware ESXi from VMware website and later activate it with the purchased product key. At the time of order pre installed vmware server was not ordered therefore i downloaded the VMware ESXi software (compatible for CUCM) created the Raid 5 in the server and install this software.
After Raid setting and Esxi installation are done, I installed CUCM software and everything went fine.
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