SCOM 2012 Installation [Part II]

Posted: December 1, 2012 in SCOM 2012

SCOM 2012 Installation [Part II]

After you install MS SQL Server 2008 R2, now you must Upgrade to SQL Server 2008 SP2, and then you can continuing to install SCOM 2012.

No. Task Capture
1. Before update to SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1, you can check last version with query

SELECT SERVERPROPERTY(‘productversion’), SERVERPROPERTY (‘productlevel’), SERVERPROPERTY (‘edition’)

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2. Go to the SQL Server 2008 SP1 Installation, and then run as administrator. clip_image005
3. Make sure no failed and click Next clip_image007
4. Choose I Accept the license terms, and then click Next clip_image009
5. Choose instance name for update to SP1, and then click Next clip_image011
6. In the Check Files In Use windows and File in use check completed, you can choose Next. clip_image013
7. In the Ready to update windows, you can view verify the list of feature to be update, and then click update. clip_image015
8. Update Complete clip_image017
9. You recheck SQL Server 2008 R2 version useing query again. clip_image019
10. After finishing Update SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1, you can continue to SCOM 2012 Installation.
11. Install .Net framework 4 clip_image021

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12. Install report viewer 2010 on JKT-VMSCOM clip_image027

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13. On the Operation Manager Installation media, run Setup.exe and then click Install. clip_image033
14. On the Getting Started windows, Select feature to install page select the Management Server, Operation console, web console, and reporting server features. Then click Next clip_image035
15. On the Getting Started, Select Installation location page, accept the default value or type a new location or browse to one. Then click Next clip_image037
16. If the Prerequisites checker does not return any warnings or errors, the Prerequisites, Proceed with Setup page appears. Click Next. clip_image039
17. On the Configuration, Specify an installation option page, select Create the first Management server in a new management group, type in a name for your management group and then click Next.

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After the management group name is set, it cannot be changed. The Management Group name cannot contain the following characters:, ( ) ^ ~ : ; . ! ? ” , ‘ ` @ # % \ / * + = $ | & [ ] <>{}, and it cannot have a leading or trailing space. It is recommended that the Management Group name be unique within your organization if you plan to connect several management groups together.

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18. On the Configuration, Please read the license terms page, review the Microsoft Software License Terms, select I have read, understood, and agree with the license terms, and then click Next. clip_image043
19. When the Configuration, Configure the operational database page opens, in the Server name and instance name box, type the name of the server and the name of the SQL Server instance for the database server that will host the operational database. If you installed SQL Server by using the default instance, you only have to enter the server name. If you changed the default SQL Server port, you must type in the new port number in the SQL Server port box.

If you type an invalid SQL Server and instance name, you see a red circle with a white X in it appear to the left of the Server name and instance name and SQL Server port boxes.

The white X appears under the following circumstances:

· You entered an instance of SQL Server or a SQL Server port value that is not valid or that does not exist.

· The instance of SQL Server that you specified does not have the required configuration or features.

· You entered a value that is out-of-range (for example, port 999999).

· You entered an illegal character for that box (for example, server\instance%)

You can hover the cursor over the Server name and instance text box to view additional information about the error.

After you type the correct value for the SQL Server database server name, click the SQL Server port box so that Setup will attempt to validate the values you typed for the SQL Server name and for the port number.

In the Database name, Database size (MB) Data file folder, and Log file folder box, we recommend that you accept the default values. Click Next

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These paths do not change if you connect to a different instance of SQL Server.

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You might receive a message about having the wrong version of SQL Server, or you might encounter a problem with the SQL Server Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider. To resolve this problem, open a Command Prompt window, select Run as administrator, and then run the following command. In the command, replace the <path> placeholder with the location of SQL Server:

mofcomp.exe “<path>\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Shared\sqlmgmproviderxpsp2up.mof”

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The SQL Server model database size must not be greater than 100 MB. If it is, you might encounter an error in Setup regarding the inability to create a database on SQL due to user permissions. To resolve the issue, you must reduce the size of the model database.

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20. When the Configuration, Configure the data warehouse database page opens, in the Server name and instance name box, type the server name and the name of the instance of SQL Server for the database server that will host the data warehouse database.

In the Database name, Database size (MB) Data file folder, and Log file folder boxes, we recommend that you accept the default values. Click Next.

clip_image045[1]Important

You might receive a message about having the wrong version of SQL Server, or you might encounter a problem with the SQL Server Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider. To resolve this problem, open a Command Prompt window, select Run as administrator, and then run the following command. In the command, replace the <path> placeholder with the location of SQL Server:

mofcomp.exe “<path>\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Shared\sqlmgmproviderxpsp2up.mof”.

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These paths do not change if you connect to a different instance of SQL Server.

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21. On the Configuration, Specify a web site for use with the Web console page, select Default Web Site or the name of an existing website. Select the option Enable SSL only if the website has been configured to use SSL, and then click Next. clip_image051
22. On the Configuration, Select an authentication mode for use with the Web console page, select your option, and then click Next. clip_image053
23. On the Configuration, Configure Operations Manager accounts page, we recommend that you use Domain Account option for the Management Server Action Account, System Center Configuration service and System Center Data Access service, the Data Reader account, and the Data Writer account. clip_image055

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24. On the Configuration, Help improve System Center 2012 – Operations Manager page, select your options and click Next. clip_image059
25. If Windows Update is not activated on the computer, the Configuration, Microsoft Update page appears. Select your options, and then click Next. clip_image061
26. Review the options on the Configuration, Installation Summary page, and click Install. Setup continues. clip_image063
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28. When Setup is finished, the Setup is complete page appears. Click Close and the Operations console will open. clip_image067
29. Open your SCOM console. clip_image069

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