Installaion Guide from ISO  Print this Article

This article applies to KVM and NVME servers only.

All data on your server will be lost.

For a complete ISO list please see this article

Begin by logging to your client area and click on your Pro-vm server you wish to install via ISO

Step 1)  Shut down your server by clicking on the Shutdown button in the lower right corner.

NOTE: Please allow 30 seconds for the server to fully shutdown before going forward.






Step 2) Let's change the boot order and make our server boot from cd/dvd. Click on the little pencil icon next to Boot Order




Step 3) In the pop-up window, select CDROM, Hard Drive or CDROM only option and click Change button




Step 4) Let's pick the ISO we want to install. Click on the little pencil icon next to ISO.




Step5) In the pop-up window, select the ISO you wish to install and click the Mount button




Step6) Click the BOOT button.




Step7) Launch the console to perform the install by clicking on the noVNC Console button




If you have trouble performing any of the above steps, please open a ticket on our helpdesk and a tech will help you out.

If the ISO you are looking for is not in our library, we will be more then happy to add it.

Please open a ticket on our helpdesk supplying us with a link to the ISO, and we will make it available to you within 48 hours.

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