Root Management Server

Installing SCOM Server 2007 R2 Agents – SCOM Part5

This final post in the series will be focused on deploying the SCOM agent to the servers and Configure Client Monitoring. Requirement: 1. Configure the SCOM Databases – Part1 2. Install SCOM RMA Server – Part2 3. Install SCOM Reporting Services – Part3 4. Install SCOM ACS/Import Management Pack – Part4 Setup Guide: 1. Discover Servers and Deploy SCOM Agent: – Log onto the SCOM management server - Open the SCOM management console - click on Discovery Wizard… – Select Windows computers or Unix/Linux computers as the case may be - click Next – Select either Automatic or Advanced Discovery (Use Advanced if you want to specify either Servers or Computers or both) - click Next – Select “Use Selected Management Server Action Account” - click Discover – On Select Objects to Manage page - Select the computers to manage and ensure Management Mode is set to Agent - click Next – On Summary page - Accept default and click Finish After the agent had been deployed, review the result and resolve any failure.

Install SCOM 2007 R2 ACS/Import Management Pack – SCOM Part4

This post will be focused on installation of SCOM Audit Collection Service; Uploading the ACS report to the database and download and import of the Management Pack. Extract: Audit Collection Services (ACS) provides a means to collect records generated by an audit policy and store them in a centralized database. Requirement: 1. Configure the SCOM Databases – Part1 2. Install SCOM RMA Server – Part2 3. Install SCOM Reporting Services – Part3 Setup Guide: 1.

Installing SCOM 2007 R2 Root Management Server – SCOM Part2

In this post, we will be looking at installing the Root Management Server (RMS). Since we are separating the database from the management server, the RMS role will be installed on a management server. Requirements: 1. Run the Prerequisite checks for the Server, Console and Web Console components 2. Install World Wide Web Service (IIS) with ASP .NET 2.0 features 3. Install .NET Framework 3.0 features 4. Install ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions 1.

Installing SCOM 2007 R2 Databases using SQL Server 2008 R2 Cluster – SCOM Part1

In this post series I will go through step by step installation and configuration of System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 on Windows Server 2008 R2 using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 cluster as database. Requirements: – Create the following domain service accounts and group: – Management Server Action Account (MSAA) : sysads\scom-msaa – System Center Data Access and System Center Management Configuration: sysads\sda-config – Operations Manager Administrator account: sysads\scom-admin