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using SCCM 2012 in a LAB - Part 1. Installation



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If you've been following my previous series of guides on System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Beta 1 and Beta 2, then you'll know where this is going, we are going to install System Center Configuration Manager 2012 from scratch and configure it, use it, test it, learn it. This is Part 1 of a series, to see the entire list please see this index.

Technet Recommended Reading:-

Release Notes for the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/hh508784.aspx

Fundamentals of Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg682106.aspx
Supported Configurations for Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg682077.aspx
Planning for Configuration Manager Sites and Hierarchy - http://technet.micro...y/gg682075.aspx

Getting Started with Configuration Manager 2012 - http://technet.micro...y/gg682144.aspx
What’s New in Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg699359.aspx
Planning for Site Systems in Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg712282.aspx
Install Sites and Create a Hierarchy for Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg712320.aspx
Technical Reference for Site Communications in Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg712990.aspx
Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007 to Configuration Manager 2012 - http://technet.micro...y/gg682006.aspx
Frequently Asked Questions for Configuration Manager - http://technet.micro...y/gg682088.aspx


Site Types

Configuration Manager 2012 introduces the central administration site and some changes to primary and secondary sites. The following tables summaries these sites and how they compare to sites in Configuration Manager 2007.

Central administration site
The central administration site coordinates intersite data replication across the hierarchy by using Configuration Manager database replication. It also enables the administration of hierarchy-wide configurations for client agents, discovery, and other operations. Use this site for all administration and reporting for the hierarchy. Although this is the site at the top of the hierarchy in Configuration Manager 2012, it has the following differences from a central site in Configuration Manager 2007:

  • Does not process client data.
  • Does not accept client assignments.
  • Does not support all site system roles.
  • Participates in database replication

Primary site
Manages clients in well-connected networks.
Primary sites in Configuration Manager 2012 have the following differences from primary sites in Configuration Manager 2007:

  • Additional primary sites allow the hierarchy to support more clients.
  • Cannot be tiered below other primary sites.
  • No longer used as a boundary for client agent settings or security.
  • Participates in database replication.

Secondary site
Controls content distribution for clients in remote locations across links that have limited network bandwidth.
Secondary sites in Configuration Manager 2012 have the following differences from secondary sites in Configuration Manager 2007:

  • SQL Server is required and SQL Server Express will be installed during site installation if required.
  • A proxy management point and distribution point are automatically deployed during the site installation.
  • Secondary sites can be tiered to support content distribution to remote locations.
  • Participates in database replication.

Hardware Requirements
Note: The following page on Technet describes the recommended hardware requirements for a stand-alone Primary Server.

Stand-alone primary site (SQL Server installed Locally)

  • Up to 100,000 clients
  • SQL Server is installed on the site server computer

The following hardware requirements are recommended for a stand-alone Primary server.

  • 8 cores (Intel Xeon E5504 or comparable CPU)
  • 32 GB of RAM
  • 550 GB hard disk space for the operating system, SQL Server, and all database files

Step 1. Create the Lab Environment

We are going to create a Standalone Primary Site in our LAB (creating a CAS and then another Primary is a bit more work, I may write up that process in the future), so let's get started, and to start off with I re-used/recycled my lab from Beta 2 by applying the day 1 snapshots effectively giving me a blank activated AD and blank SCCM 2012 server with the Operating System ready and activated.

This is a huge advantage of doing labs in a virtual environment.

The SCCM 2012 RC server for this lab has a C: partition (OS) and 150GB D: partition (DATA).
The Domain Controller (AD1) is running Server 2008 R2, and is hosting the DHCP server and DNS roles.

I chose to install Windows Server 2008 R2 standard as the server OS for SCCM 2012 RC. Once done I joined it to my domain (SERVER2008R2), verified DNS was working correctly via nslookup and was ready to begin the steps below.


Create AD users:
Note: Perform the following on the Active Directory Domain Controller server as Local Administrator

In addition I created some accounts in AD, namely:

* SMSadmin, a domain user
* Testuser, a domain user
* Testuser2, a domain user
* Testuser3, a domain user
* DomJoin, a domain user,(for joining computers to the domain)
* ReportsUser, a domain user for reporting services.
* ClientInstall, a domain user used when installing the Configuration Manager Client for Client Push. This user must be a local administrator on computers you want to install the Configuration Manager Client.
* SCCMNAA, a domain user, (Network Access Account) used during OSD


Create Local Administrator accounts:

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as Local Administrator

On the SCCM server add the SMSadmin user to the Local Administrators group (you can add the ClientInstall account also).

local admin.png


Step 2. Download SCCM 2012 Release Candidate

you can download it from Microsoft here.

System requirements

Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 R2 x64 editions, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Site System Requirements

  • Site servers and site roles require 64-bit OS (distribution points are an exception)

Branch Distribution Points

  • Branch distribution points have been deprecated and replaced with standard distribution points that can be hosted on Configuration Manager 2012 client operating system platforms, with the exception of Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 and Windows XP Tablet PC SP3
  • Standard DPs can run on Windows Server 32-bit but will not support advanced functionality

Server Operating System Requirements

  • Windows Server 2008 (64-bit) and Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Distribution points can run on Windows Server 2003

Client Operating System Requirements

  • Windows XP professional SP3 – x86 and Windows XP SP2 pro for 64 bit systems
  • Windows Vista SP2 (x86,x64)
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 (x86,x64)
  • Windows Server 2008 (x86,x64)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 (x86,x64)
  • Windows 7 (x86,x64)

Database Requirements

  • SQL Server 2008 SP2 with CU 7
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 with SP1 and Cumulative Update 4
  • SQL Server Express 2008 r2 WITH SP1 and CU 3 is supported only on secondary sites
  • SQL Reporting Services is ONLY reporting solution

For Supported Configurations information, visit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682077.aspx.





Step 3. Create The System ManageMent Container

Note: Perform the following on the Active Directory Domain Controller as a Domain Administrator

Open ADSI Edit, click on Action, Connect To and click Ok, Double Click on Default Naming Context and the DC= that appears below it. Click on the + and scroll down to CN=System.

Right Click on CN=System and choose New, Object

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Choose Container from the options, click Next and enter System Management as the value. Click Next and Finish. Press F5 to refresh ADSI Edit and you should now see the new System Management Container. Close ADSI Edit.


Step 4. Delegate Permission to the System Management Container.

Note: Perform the following on the Active Directory Domain Controller as a Domain Administrator

Open Active Directory Users and Computers. Click on view, select Advanced Features.

Select the System Management Container, and right click it, choose All Tasks and Delegate Control.

delegate control.png

When the Welcome to Delegation of Control Wizard appears click next, then click Add. click on Object Types, select Computers. Type in your SCCM server name and click on Check Names, it should resolve.

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Click Ok, then Next. Choose Create a Custom Task to Delegate, click next, make sure This folder, existing objects in this folder and creation of new objects in this folder is selected.

delegation of control wizard.png

click next, select the 3 permissions General, Property-Specific and Creation-deletion of specific child objects are selected then place a check mark in FULL CONTROL, and click next then Finish.

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Failure to do the above will mean that the System Management Container in AD will NOT POPULATE with ConfigMgr site info needed by the Clients and you will see many errors in your site status warning you of same.

Note: Repeat the above for Each site server that you install in a Hierarchy.


Step 5. Extend the Active Directory schema for Configuration Manager

Note: Perform the following on the Active Directory Domain Controller as a Domain Administrator

Note:-

The Active Directory schema extensions for Configuration Manager 2012 are unchanged from those used by Configuration Manager 2007. If you extended the schema for Configuration Manager 2007, you do not need to extend the schema again for Configuration Manager 2012.

Perform the below on your Active Directory server, simply browse the network to your sccm server \\sccm\d$ and locate the folder where you uncompressed SCCM 2012 and find \SMSSetup\Bin\x64\Extadsch.exe, right click and choose Run As Administrator.

A command prompt window will appear briefly as the schema is extended, check in c:\ for a log file called ExtADSch.log it should look similar to this

 

<10-27-2011 07:31:43> Modifying Active Directory Schema - with SMS extensions.
<10-27-2011 07:31:43> DS Root:CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=server2008r2,DC=lab,DC=local
<10-27-2011 07:31:45> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-Site-Code.
<10-27-2011 07:31:45> Defined attribute cn=mS-SMS-Assignment-Site-Code.
<10-27-2011 07:31:45> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-Site-Boundaries.
<10-27-2011 07:31:45> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-Roaming-Boundaries.
<10-27-2011 07:31:45> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-Default-MP.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=mS-SMS-Device-Management-Point.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-MP-Name.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-MP-Address.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=mS-SMS-Health-State.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=mS-SMS-Source-Forest.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-Ranged-IP-Low.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=MS-SMS-Ranged-IP-High.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=mS-SMS-Version.
<10-27-2011 07:31:46> Defined attribute cn=mS-SMS-Capabilities.
<10-27-2011 07:31:47> Defined class cn=MS-SMS-Management-Point.
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> Defined class cn=MS-SMS-Server-Locator-Point.
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> Defined class cn=MS-SMS-Site.
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> Defined class cn=MS-SMS-Roaming-Boundary-Range.
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> Successfully extended the Active Directory schema.

<10-27-2011 07:31:48> Please refer to the ConfigMgr documentation for instructions on the manual
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> configuration of access rights in active directory which may still
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> need to be performed. (Although the AD schema has now be extended,
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> AD must be configured to allow each ConfigMgr Site security rights to
<10-27-2011 07:31:48> publish in each of their domains.)


Step 6. Open TCP port 1433 and 4022 for SQL replication

Note: Perform the following on the Active Directory Domain Controller as a Domain Administrator

If you are setting up a hierarchy (CAS/Primary/etc) then on your AD server do the following, start Group Policy Management tool and create a new GPO,

Select Computer Configuration, Policies, Windows Settings, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and select Inbound Rules, choose New and follow the wizard for opening up TCP port 1433 as per this guide on Technet. Once done, repeat the above for Port 4022.


Step 7. Install .NET 3.5.1 and WCF Activation

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as SMSadmin

In Server Manager select Features, Add Features, Select .NET Framework 3.5.1, also select WCF Activation and when prompted answer Add Required Role Services click next and next again

add roles and features.png

Verify the following IIS components are installed in addition to the ones preselected by the wizard.


 

Common HTTP Features
Static Content
Default Document
Directory Browsing
HTTP Errors
HTTP Redirection

Application Development
ASP.NET
.NET Extensibility
ASP
ISAPI Extensions
ISAPI Filters

Health and Diagnostics
HTTP logging
Logging tools
Request Monitor
Tracing

Security
Basic Authentication
Windows Authentication
URL Authorization
Request Filtering
IP and Domain Restrictions

Performance
Static Content Compression

Management Tools
IIS Management Console
IIS Management Scripts and Tools
Management Service
IIS 6 Management Compatibilty
IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility
IIS 6 WMI Compatibility
IIS 6 Scripting Tools
IIS 6 Management Console

answer yes to any additional prompts, then Click Next and Install and close when done.


Step 8. Download and install .NET 4

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as SMSadmin

Download .NET 4 from here (webinstall) or here (Standalone). Double click the file, After a while it will complete, Click Finish when done

.net finished.png

restart when prompted

Note: In some scenarios, such as when IIS is installed or reconfigured after the .NET Framework version 4.0 is installed, you must explicitly enable ASP.NET version 4.0. For example, on a 64-bit computer that runs the .NET Framework version 4.0.30319, run the following command:%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe –i –enable


Step 9. Add BITS and Remote Differential Compression

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as SMSadmin

Finally, in Server Manager click on Add Features, place a selection mark in BITS and RDC.

bits and rdc.png


Step 10. Download Microsoft SQL Server 2008 SP2 CU7
(if you plan on using SQL Server 2008 R2 see 10.b below)

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as SMSadmin
The supported versions of SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 are listed here on Technet:- http://technet.micro...nfigSQLDBconfig

At the time of writing this guide I chose to use SQL Server 2008 SP2, CU6 with the hotfix mentioned below, that is fine for Release Candidate 1.
If you are using RC2, then use CU7 instead of CU6 and the hotfix, or use SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 CU4 as described in 10.b below). Be aware that If you use SQL Server Standard, your CAS will only be able to support 50k clients.

Download SQL Server 2008 Standard (x86, x64) - DVD (English) from your provider (MSDN or Technet) the one I used was

File Name: en_sql_server_2008_standard_x86_x64_dvd_x14-89155.iso

Note: You can download the Trial version (180 days) from here.

While you are at it download SQL Server 2008 SP2 from here - File Name: SQLServer2008SP2-KB2285068-x64-ENU.exe

Next download CU7 , you can download CU7 from here.

Next Download the CU6 from here

Finally, you also need to Download 2603910

Step 10.b

This step if you decide to use SQL Server 2008 R2. If you want to use this version then the supported version is SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 CU4.

Download the following from Technet:- File Name: en_sql_server_2008_r2_standard_x86_x64_ia64_dvd_521546.iso (4177 MB)




Download Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 R2 Service Pack 1

Download Cumulative update package 4 for SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1

Step 11. Install SQL Server 2008

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as SMSadmin

 

Tip: If you use or plan on using a SQL named instance for your Configuration Manager 2012 installation you should configure the named instance with a static port since named instances are configured for dynamic ports by default during an SQL Installation. You can check this configuration by starting SQL Server Configuration Manager and by going to SQL Server Network Configuration, then check Protocols for Named_Instance (where Named_Instance is the instance you creade) and then check the details of the TCP/IP IP addresses of that Named Instance.

For SQL Collation note that you must use (It is required whether you have a hierarchy of sites or a single site and regardless of the OS languages.):- SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS

To Install SQL server you can follow this guide but please install SQL on D:\Program Files... and when running setup.exe right click and choose Run as Administrator.
After you install SQL Server 2008, you must install SP2 and then CU6 and finally install KB2603910.


So install it in this order:

SQL Server 2008 >> SQL Server 2008 SP2 >> SQL Server 2008 Cumulative Update 6 >> KB2603910

Note: CU7 is available and it's supposed to contain the above hotfix, however i have not tested it yet.


Step 12. Install Configuration Manager 2012 Release Candidate.

Note: Perform the following on the SCCM 2012 server as SMSadmin


TIP: you can open C:\ConfigMgrSetup.log with Configuration Manager Trace Tool available in the extracted media to and review the contents of the file, it will inform you of any issues during installation.

cmtrace.png

Uncompress the EXE by running it, then browse to where you uncompressed it and click on Splash.hta

splash.png

when the wizard appears, click on Install, click next at the warning and then select Install a Configuration Manager Primary Site

install a configuration manager primary site.png

at the EULA click accept

eula.png

Create a folder on D:\ called RC_Updates and then specify the path to download the updates

Tip:

If you don't have internet on your SCCM server then you can download the required updates on another computer by doing like so:-

  • Open a command prompt with administrative permissions
  • Navigate to .\Configuration Manager 2012 Install source\smssetup\bin\X64
  • Run SetupDL.exe target dir (in my example SetupDL.exe D:\RC_Updates)

rc_updates.png

Click next at the Server Language screen

language.png

and at the Client Language Screen

client language.png

enter your Site and Installation Settings, install the site on D:\ as per below screenshot

site and installation settings.png

select Standalone as the site type

install standalone.png

take note of the warning (ie: if will not be able to join it to an existing site heirarchy later)

standalone.png

review the Database Information

db info.png

review the SMS provider settings

sms provider.png

review the Client computer communication settings, select Configure the Communication method on each site system role

client computer.png

review the site system roles

site system roles.png

click next at the CEIP screen then review the summary

summary.png

take note of any warnings, if like mine (WSUS and SQL memory, we can fix them later, no problem)

warnings.png

click on Begin Install

now is a good time to look at the C:\ConfigMgrSetup.log with CMtrace, watch it for errors

cmtrace on log.png

after a long install you should see the installer finish, click on Close

installation done.png

reboot the SCCM server and then login again as SMSadmin

start the Configmgr console

congratulations, you've installed System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

sccm20120 rc done.png

Note: This is Part 1 of a series of step-by-step Guides for Configuration Manager 2012. To view the entire list please see this index. This guide and all guides here are © windows-noob.com.

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n00blar    2

Question:

 

If one goes live using the RC version, do you think it will be possible to upgrade to the actual release when it comes out?

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wee_ads    1

Question:

 

If one goes live using the RC version, do you think it will be possible to upgrade to the actual release when it comes out?

Not sure whether this will be the case or not. However, Virtual Machine Manager 2012 has been verified of being able to go from RC to RTM through an 'upgrade' process. Following that lead, although I have officially seen nothing that suggests SCCM will go down that path too, it is likely I suppose that it will.

 

Someone else may be able to confirm that....

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anyweb    397

thanks, and updated

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Hallo,

Why do you add the Computer Account SCCM$ to local Administrator group of SCCM Computer?? You add the Account to him self or what? you install all locally, SQL, SCCM....

Thanks

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inten    0

Hi!

Thank you for such a good manual :-)

Could you please advise on a rights assignment for ClientInstall, SMSadmin and other account?

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anyweb    397

Hi!

Thank you for such a good manual :-)

Could you please advise on a rights assignment for ClientInstall, SMSadmin and other account?

 

thanks, i'm not sure what you mean, if you look at Step 1. above doesn't that explain it ?

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inten    0

 

thanks, i'm not sure what you mean, if you look at Step 1. above doesn't that explain it ?

 

sorry, I missed that test :)

 

This user will be a local administrator on computers you want to install the vNext Client.

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GOZIEERIC    0

Sent Today, 11:45 AM

 

Thanks Any,

Frankly i have Two windows servers presently caputured on my Devices as Active and I used the same push procedure.

funny enogh the last server that came onboard had the windows firewall turned on.

 

As suggested, I have tried turning off the Windows fire wall on the windows 7 client computer and still no head way.

kindly direct me on where i can find the PARTICULAR LOG for the last push event, that way i will know exactly wat happend.

thanks man

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GOZIEERIC    0

Hello Anny,

Iv been able to get around most of the issues I posted about earlier, thanks for your suggestions and i summarise as follows:

  1. RESOLVED : For the Windows 7 Client, problem was with ClientInstall Account being a member of the local Administrators QUESTION ?( How can i achive this using GPO for Go live stage)
  2. RESOLVED : For the Windows XPSP3 Client , problems was windows firewall. QUESTION: WHICH FIREWALL SETTING must i RELAX / ENABLE in windows xp sp3 so as to allow SCCM2012 to function without problems for WINDOWS XP SP3

Your the man

Thanks a million

Eric

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gordonf    3

For licensing reasons I have to put the database on a different server running SQL 2008 R2 Standard. Sure I could run an evaluation version on a release candidate installation but this has to go live sooner or later. In any case I have to put the database there, and for consistency I also put the WSUS database there.

 

When I installed SCCM it added my SQL server as one of the SCCM servers, with the database, component server and site system roles. It also added a firewall exception for port 4022; the port exception for SQL itself appeared when I first installed SQL. For some reason the Hierarchy Manager continues to complain that said ports aren't "active." I can telnet to both ports from a remote computer.

 

Are there any caveats to putting the database on a different server that I've missed? This is going to come up because not everyone has unlimited processor licenses for SQL Server, and SQL Express may only be used on secondary sites.

 

[16 DEC] I can deploy SCCM and WSUS with an external SQL server without any serious difficulty. I avoided the firewall complaints by creating exceptions on the SCCM server as well as on the SQL server. I managed to resolve my other non-SQL-related problems through other means, as it seems the location of the database makes no difference to those.

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RESOLVED : For the Windows 7 Client, problem was with ClientInstall Account being a member of the local Administrators QUESTION ?( How can i achive this using GPO for Go live stage)

 

Bring up your GPO and browse to Policies, Windows Settings, Security Settings, Restricted Groups and create Administrators. Add members as appropriate, including global groups from your domain. This will overwrite the previous BUILTINAdministrators local group, so you should check the group first and make sure you have its defaults copied into your GPO.

 

I just cheated and added ClientInstall to the Domain Admins global group for testing, but in practice I wouldn't want to do that.

 

RESOLVED : For the Windows XPSP3 Client , problems was windows firewall. QUESTION: WHICH FIREWALL SETTING must i RELAX / ENABLE in windows xp sp3 so as to allow SCCM2012 to function without problems for WINDOWS XP SP3

 

I haven't had to relax any settings. Turns out I had to enable the file and printer sharing exception and remote management exception using Group Policy. As XP doesn't have the advanced firewall that Vista and 7 do, the settings I had to enable were in the Administrative Templates, under Network, Windows Firewall. For Vista and 7 I was able to use the Advanced settings to enable the groups of settings for File sharing and for WMI.

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Kingskawn    2

Anyweb, great tutorial as always! ;)

 

One thing I didn't see in the tuto's was your hyper-v config of all your lab machines (diskspace, ram, cpu network cards,...). I'm new to hyper-v but not sccm and I forced myself to try the 100% MS way without vmware vsphere.

 

Thanks for your help :)

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anyweb    397

good question !

i've actually got two ConfigMgr 2012 RC LABS on the go at the moment, one is a standalone server used in doing these guides, and the other is a heirarchy with a CAS and Primary,

here's a screenshot of my HyperV setup

 

the RED box is the Heirarchy and the Green is the standalone

 

what details do you want exactly ?

 

hyperv setup.png

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Kingskawn    2

good question !

i've actually got two ConfigMgr 2012 RC LABS on the go at the moment, one is a standalone server used in doing these guides, and the other is a heirarchy with a CAS and Primary,

here's a screenshot of my HyperV setup

 

the RED box is the Heirarchy and the Green is the standalone

 

what details do you want exactly ?

 

The standalone config (green) please :) and if you have time the red one too. You never can't have enough lab info :P

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onthere    0

Hi;

 

i get an error when i tried to install SCCM 2012 RC. it's about "cannot creat SQL tables".

i installed SQL Server 2008 SP2,thand install CU6 adn than KB2603910.

 

do u have any idea???

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anyweb    397

can you show the error in your log or post the log here

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ERROR: SQL Server error: [42S02][208][Microsoft]

[sql Server]Invalid object name 'SYS.INDEXES'. : vSiteTableIndexes

 

ERROR: Failed to execute SQL Server script: Create object vsitetableindexes

 

ERROR: SQL Server error: <>

 

these are errors.. and i attached my configmgrsetup.log

ConfigMgrSetup.log

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anyweb    397

config page still in the make anyweb :rolleyes: Will you make a new topic or just answer hereunder?

 

sorry not following you KingsKawn, what's the issue exactly ?

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