No matter where you enable the RAID controller as a boot option, the other options where you can also configured will synch up. Now, you cannot configure the RAID controller as the boot option from WebBIOS, from WebBIOS you can select the virtual drive as boot drive (in case you have multiple virtual drives).
KVM is just a way to remotely see what the server console displays locally, and the only time when you boot up from "KVM" is when you are installing the OS and you have an .iso image mapped there.
Whit the above being said, you can configure the boot options from BIOS (by pressing F2 during bootup) or from BIOS (in the CIMC GUI).
To be sure your RAID controller can be seen when trying to boot up, go to:
Server tab> BIOS > Configure BIOS > "Advanced" tab > scroll down to the bottom and be sure that ONLY the RAID controller has the "Option ROM" enabled and that all other cards have it disabled. (Note: Also leave the option "ALL PCIe Slots Option ROM" enabled)
Now, when the server boots up, press F6 when you see the Cisco logo and select the option that says something similar to "PCI RAID ..." if you dont see anything like that, paste the screenshot in this post and I will tell you what to select.
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