Wednesday, 30 October 2013

NetApp Clustered ONTAP 8.2, iSCSI, and MPIO with Server 2012: Part 3/5

In this 5 part series, we:
Part 1: Configure iSCSI on Clustered Data ONTAP
Part 2: Set up Windows Server 2012 with iSCSI and MPIO, NetApp Host Utilities, NetApp DSM for MPIO
Part 3: How to install NetApp SnapDrive for Windows 7.0
Part 4: Use NetApp SnapDrive for Windows to create a disk and attach via iSCSI
Part 5: Use the NetApp Data ONTAP DSM to manage paths and modify MPIO path policies

Part 3-1: How to Install NetApp SnapDrive for Windows 7.0 on Server 2012 - Method 1: Using the GUI

Double-click the SnapDrive7.0_x64.exe

Image: Welcome to the SnapDrive Installation

3.1.1) Welcome to the SnapDrive Installation:
Click “Next >”

3.1.2) SnapDrive License:
Select “Per Storage System”
Click “Next >”

3.1.3) Customer Information:
Enter “User Name:”
Enter “Organization:”
Click “Next >”

3.1.4) Destination Folder:
Accept “C:\Program Files\NetApp\SnapDrive\”
Click “Next >”

3.1.5) VirtualCenter or ESX Server:
Do not tick “Enable VirtualCenter or ESX Server Settings”
Click “Next >”

3.1.6) Virtual Storage Console Details:
Do not tick “Virtual Storage Console Details”
Click “Next >”

3.1.7) SnapDrive Service Credentials:
Enter “Account:”
Enter “Password:”
Enter “Confirm Password:”
Click “Next >”

3.1.8) SnapDrive Web Service Configuration:
Accept the defaults
“SnapDrive Web Service Tcp/Ip Endpoint (Port) = 808”
“SnapDrive Web Service HTTP Endpoint (Port) = 4094”
“SnapDrive Web Service HTTPS Endpoint (Port) = 4095”
Click “Next >”

3.1.9) Preferred Storage System IP Address:
Do not tick “Enable preferred storage system IP Address”
Click “Next >”

3.1.10) Transport Protocol Default Setting:
Untick “Enable Transport Protocol Settings”
Click “Next >”

3.1.11) Unified Manager Configuration:
Do not tick “Enable dataset protection integration”
Click “Next >”

3.1.12) Ready to Install the SnapDrive Application:
Click “Install”

3.1.13) SnapDrive Installation Completed:
Click “Finish”

Part 3-2: How to Install NetApp SnapDrive for Windows 7.0 on Server 2012 - Method 2: Using a Batch Script

Create a batch file with contents similar to the below and save as say snapdrive_install.bat:

"C:\software\SnapDrive7.0_x64.exe" /s /v"/qn SILENT_MODE=1 /Li C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\SDInstall.log INSTALLDIR=\"c:\Program Files\NetApp\SnapDrive\" SVCUSERNAME=MSW12T\snapdrive SVCUSERPASSWORD=password SVCCONFIRMUSERPASSWORD=password IGNORE_COMPMGMT_RUNNING=1 SDW_WEBSRV_TCP_PORT=808 SDW_WEBSRV_HTTP_PORT=4094 SDW_WEBSRV_HTTPS_PORT=4095 TRANSPORT_SETTING_ENABLE=0 SDW_ESXSVR_ENABLE=0 SDW_SMVISVR_ENABLE=0"

Run the batch file:

C:\Users\snapdrive\Desktop>snapdrive_install.bat
C:\Users\snapdrive\Desktop>"C:\software\SnapDrive7.0_x64.exe" /s /v"/qn SILENT_MODE=1 /Li C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\SDInstall.log INSTALLDIR=\"c:\Program Files\NetApp\SnapDrive\" SVCUSERNAME=MSW12T\snapdrive SVCUSERPASSWORD=password SVCCONFIRMUSERPASSWORD=password IGNORE_COMPMGMT_RUNNING=1 SDW_WEBSRV_TCP_PORT=808 SDW_WEBSRV_HTTP_PORT=4094 SDW_WEBSRV_HTTPS_PORT=4095 TRANSPORT_SETTING_ENABLE=0 SDW_ESXSVR_ENABLE=0 SDW_SMVISVR_ENABLE=0"
C:\Users\snapdrive\Desktop>

Appendix: How to Silently Uninstall NetApp SnapDrive for Windows 7.0 on Server 2012 using PowerShell

Create a batch file with contents similar to the below and save as say snapdrive_uninstall.bat:

"C:\software\SnapDrive7.0_x64.exe" /s /x /v"/qn SILENT_MODE=1 /Li C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\SDInstall.log"

Run the batch file:

C:\Users\snapdrive\Desktop>snapdrive_uninstall.bat
C:\Users\snapdrive\Desktop>"C:\software\SnapDrive7.0_x64.exe" /s /x /v"/qn SILENT_MODE=1 /Li C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\SDInstall.log"
C:\Users\snapdrive\Desktop>

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