You don't neet Supero-Doctor.
On the server's BIOS, you need to configure an IP address for the IPMI (or also inside Windows or Linux with their IPMITool app, on the same place you find SuperoDoctor. Your dedicated IPMI NIC must be connected or then configured to share the port (but still having a dedicated IP) with eth0 (NIC 1).
Then you just HTTP in to that IP address.
"super doctor", basically a piece of windows-only software for hardware (temp/voltage/fan speed) health monitoring, and it is really nothing to do with IPMI which offers full-arrange of hardware based remote management tasks, including health monitoring. actually, "super doctor" can be installed in windows based server without IPMI hardware at all.
so,"super doctor" has no relationship with IPMI at all,people can install on a supermicro/windows server and monitor this server's health,and people can i stall IPMIView on pc to connect server's IPMI to remote monitor and control the server,correct ? thanx
super doctor is for local access only, you can't run it from remote PC unless the windows server itself is configured for some form of remote access. having IPMI hardware, you can run remote management tasks on any remote PC/tablet/smart phone with http web browser capable of Java console.