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How can I setup Operations Manager 2007 - Part 2




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Posted 08 April 2009 - 10:22 AM

Step 1. Add IIS and required role services

The Reporting Services functions within System Center Operations Manager require the IIS role and specific IIS role services in order to function, so we will install them now.

Log on to the server with an account with Local Administrative permissions.

IE: log on as a user that is a member of the OpsMgrAdmins Security Group in AD.


Start Server Manager, Click Roles and Add Roles

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On the Before You Begin page, click Next,

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On the Select Server Roles page, check Web Server (IIS),

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in the Add features required for Web Server (IIS)? page that pops up, click Add required features and click Next

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On the Select Server roles page verify Web Server (IIS) is selected and click Next

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On the Introduction to IIS page click Next

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On the Select Role Services page, check the following roles, then click Next

Web Server
Common HTTP Features

Static Content Installed
Default Document Installed
Directory Browsing Installed
HTTP Errors Installed
HTTP redirection Installed

Application Development
ASP.NET, Installed (add the required features when prompted)
.NET Extensibility Installed
ASP Not Installed
CGI Not Installed
ISAPI Extensions Installed
ISAPI Filters Installed
Server Side Includes Not Installed

Health And Diagnostics
HTTP Logging Not Installed
Logging Tools Not Installed
Request Monitor Not Installed
Tracing Not Installed
Custom Logging Not Installed
ODBC Logging Not Installed

Security
Basic Authentication Not Installed
Windows Authentication Installed
Digest Authentication Not Installed
Client Certificate Mapping Authentication Not Installed
IIS Client Certificate Mapping Authentication Not Installed
URL Authorization Not Installed
Request Filtering Installed
IP and Domain Restrictions Not Installed

Performance
Static Content Compression Not Installed
Dynamic Content Compression Not Installed

Management Tools
IIS Management Console Installed
IIS Management Scripts and Tools Not Installed
Management Service Not Installed

IIS 6 Management Compatibility

IIS 6 Metabase Compatability Installed
IIS 6 WMI Compatability Installed
IIS 6 Scripting Tools Installed
IIS 6 Management Console Installed

FTP Publishing Service
FTP Server Not Installed
FTP Management Console Not Installed

On the Confirm Installation Selections page, click Install

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On the Installation Results page, click Close

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Click Start, Run and type Services.msc, click OK
Verify that the World Wide Web Publishing Service is started and that the startup mode is set to Automatic, if not, configure it to automatic and start it.

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Posted 09 April 2009 - 06:59 AM

Step 2. Add .NET Framework 3.0 Components and Powershell

Install .NET Framework 3.0 Components and Powershell

Start up Server Manager and scroll down to Features, click on Add Features.

Expand the .NET Framework 3.0 features and select

.NET Framework 3.0

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scroll down and select Windows Powershell

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click Next to proceed and at the confirm installation selections screen click on Install

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click Close when done

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Continue on to Part 3. Install SQL Server 2005 sp3
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