How to enable virtualization technology on an HP server
Enabling virtualization technology on an HP server involves accessing the server's BIOS or UEFI settings and enabling the appropriate options. Virtualization technology, such as Intel's VT-x or AMD's AMD-V, needs to be enabled in the server's hardware settings to allow virtualization software (such as VMware, Hyper-V, or KVM) to run efficiently.
Please note that the exact steps might vary depending on the server model and BIOS/UEFI version. The following are general steps to enable virtualization technology on an HP server:
Take an IPMI connection to the server, restart it, and then press F9 to display the BOIS/Platform configuration.
Once select BOIS/Platform configuration, choose System Options > Virtualization Options > Virtualization Technology and change it to enable, than click F10 to save the settings and reboot the server