It will shut down in low performance situations, and I can't seem to consistently reproduce the shutdown.
The computer then will power itself on after a short time.
Because then the server shuts down immediately as the redundancy rule is violated.
A big problem, because server racks very often only have two separate power circuits.
I have a relatively new 850W Corsair power supply, which should be plenty of power.
I don't have a psu tester, or a spare psu, so I can't test it (suggestions? Okay, your ram should run fine at 1.5v no need for a voltage bump. Well the first thing I would do is to check the windows system log and see if there is anything strange in there.
Certain PC vendors including Dell, HP and Acer use custom-designed motherboards.
Does this ZT Systems desktop PC come with a wireless networking card or “wifi”/wireless networking capabilities out of box? ZT Systems desktops do not come with wireless networking capabilities built-in, however they are compatible with wireless cards or external USB wireless adapters if you choose to install one after purchase.
For testing purposes, please run your ram in dual channel. So after the system shuts down, can you turn it right back on? It sounds like there is a power problem with either the board or the power supply.
You will have to test the setup with a different power supply. I get a critical error saying the system has rebooted without clearly shutting down, which is obvious, but the errors before that deal with Dhcp-client network address issues and I think quite unrelated.
The latest Service Pack for Pro Liant (SPP) Version 2016.10.0 introduced an important BIOS Upgrade for ML350 Gen9 Server when using four power supplies.
With the older BIOS Version, the Redundant Power Supply Mode was configured per default for 3 1 Redundancy.
Is the office software mentioned in the specifications trial or full version?