Monday, 27 August 2012

System Center 2012 Operations Manager Installation Complete: Part 2/2 - SCOM 2012 Install

Parts in this series:

Part 2 - SCOM 2012 Install

Insert the System Center 2012 Operations Manager DVD/ISO and run SETUP.EXE (if autorun disabled):
en_system_center_2012_operations_manager_x86_x64_dvd_804695.iso

The Microsoft System Center 2012 - Operations Manager setup screen appears:



Links for reference:

Click the Install button:



Select features to install (here we’re going for a complete install) and Next >:



Select installation location and Next >:



Verify Prerequisites and if okay then Next >:



Specify whether this is going to be the first Management server or an additional one (here we are creating a first one, so we need to provide a Management group name) and Next >:



Accept the license terms and Next >:

Configure the operational database - provide name and instance name of the SQL server to be used, configure further as required, and Next >:



Configure the data warehouse database as required and Next >:



SQL Server instance for reporting services - since we installed SSRS locally, this will pick up the local instance, Next >:



Specify a web site for use with the Web console - use ‘Default Web Site’ or select as required, Next >:



Select an authentication mode for use with the Web console, Next >:



Configure Operations Manage accounts (for the demo using the domain administrator account which is not best practice - see Operations Manager Security Guide), Next >:



Customer Experience Improvement and other stuff, Next >:



Microsoft Update setting, Next >:



Installation Summary, Install:

The End!

Note: In hindsight; for a demo you could probably get away with a local installation SQL Standard or Enterprise on the SCOM Server, with an additional instance for Reporting Services. Apologies I have no time to verify this.

Further reading:

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