HP Lights-Out Stand Alone Remote Console for Windows

HP Lights-Out Stand Alone Remote Console is a tool for connecting to your iLO4 or iLO3 remote console without going through the iLO web-based user interface. This

Last version (1.2.3) has been released at 24 Jul 2014. You can download it from HP site.


Launching from the Command Line:

During start-up, this application will pop up a dialog box asking for login information. The dialog box will be bypassed if the login information is provided on the command line as follows:

HPLOCONS –addr address[:https_port] –name login_name –password password –lang language_code

address DNS name or IP address
https_port SSL port. Default is 443.
login_name login name
password Password
language-code en, ja, or zh-CHS



  • .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1 is recommended), 4.0 or 4.5
  • ProLiant or Integrity server with an iLO management processor


  • Older computers or computers without accelerated graphics will require significantly more CPU overhead.
  • If a firewall is in use, shared remote console will require a firewall exception. The default ports are 17990 for KVM and 17988 for virtual media.
  • The local and remote mouse cursors will be unsynchronized on Linux unless the HP mouse driver is installed.


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2 Responses

  1. Chris says:

    Did this also works with Mono on Linux?

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