DDLAB–Deploy SCVMM17 February 2011 7 min read.
Great, Hyper-V works, SQL is ready, and we also have a Virtual Machine running which we will utilize for installing System Centre Virtual Machine Manager on.
If you have not already joined the virtual machine to the domain, and of course assigned a static IP address, then there is no time like the present. Lets take a look again at the Server table so we have the relevant data (Highlighted for you)
|**Storage**||C: [30Gb] – System||**C: [30Gb] – System**||C: [30Gb] – System||C: [30Gb] – System|
After you have confirmed that your Virtual Machine is a happy member of the domain, we will sort out the prerequisites and jump into the installation.
As we done during the installation of SQL, I will refer you to an already published guide on this blog for the detailed install steps.
Now, lets start with the easy stuff, and load up your PowerShell console again and we will get this process rolling.
From the PowerShell console we need to import the Active Directory module so that we can organise a service account
Import-Module ActiveDirectory New-ADUser -Name "!SCVMM Server" -SamAccountName !svcSCVMMServer -Description "SCVMM Server Service Account" -Enabled $true -AccountPassword (Read-Host -AsSecureString "Password") -Path "OU=Services,OU=Operations,dc=damianflynn,dc=demo"
Next we will add this service account into the Local Administrators Group of this server also, as SCVMM will check for this privillage during installation
$computerName = "$env:computername" $localGroupName = "Administrators" $servicename="damianflynn.demo!svcSCVMMserver" ([ADSI]"WinNT://$computerName/$localGroupName,group").Add("WinNT://$ServiceName")
We need to get a few more roles and features installed on our server so that we can Install all the components of System Centre Virtual Machine Manager Server.
Import-Module ServerManager Add-WindowsFeature AS-NET-Framework,WAS,Web-Common-Http,Web-Asp-Net,Web-Net-Ext,Web-ISAPI-Ext,Web-ISAPI-Filter,Web-Http-Logging,Web-Log-Libraries,Web-Request-Monitor,Web-Http-Tracing,Web-Basic-Auth,Web-Windows-Auth,Web-Digest-Auth,Web-Client-Auth,Web-Filtering,Web-Performance,Web-Dyn-Compression,Web-Mgmt-Console,Web-Scripting-Tools,Web-Mgmt-Service,Web-Metabase,Web-WMI,Web-Lgcy-Mgmt-Console
Once complete, we will have the IIS, and Windows Process Activation Services all installed and ready.
SCVMM Server 2008 R2
Now, we have all we need to get on with the installation, so head back to this post and follow the installation process http://www.damianflynn.com/2010/10/06/deploying-scvmm-2007-r2-to-our-lab/ from the section entitled “SQL Management Tools”. Remember to refer back to the table here for Server Names, and IP Addresses.
Launch the Console
Hey, your back, good stuff, Now we can see the fruits of you labour, and we will launch the new Administration Console.
The sad news is there there is really not a lot going on here just yet. We need to do a little work to get our environment ‘Managed’; Take a break for now, and when you come back we will configure SCVMM.Tags: AD · Cloud · Guides · Portal · SCOM · SCVMM · SQL · WS/SC Previous Post: DDLAB – Deploy SQL Server Next Post: DDLAB–Configure SCVMM