Install Prerequisites for SCOM 2012 with PowerShell

For the past 4 days I’ve been diving myself into System Center 2012 Operations Manager. I had the opportunity to participate in a course held at CornerStone here in Stockholm. During my first day I learned how to install SCOM 2012 and it’s prerequisites. During the day I had some extra time to quickly ease up the prerequisite installation part by writing a short PowerShell script, and I figured that I’d share it here on the blog.

Running the script

Basically you’ll run this on either your ManagementWeb Console or Operations Console server to-be, perhaps you want to install everything on a single box. The script handles that too. It’s important to note that the script will only install the prerequisites required for SCOM 2012 SP1 running on Windows Server 2012. When the script is done installing all prerequisites, it will then restart.
First you have to save the script below to a file, e.g. InstallSCOMPrereq.ps1. Then open a PowerShell prompt and browse your way to where you stored the file. Type the following:

To install prerequisites for a Management Server:

To install prerequisites for an Operations Console:

 To install prerequisites for a Web Console:

 To install prerequisites for all SCOM roles:

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The script

 

 

Posted in OpsMgr, OpsMgr 2012, PowerShell
2 comments on “Install Prerequisites for SCOM 2012 with PowerShell
  1. DRAKUN says:

    Hi ,
    j’ai ce message d’erreur lorsque je fini d’installer suivant votre procédure,

    pouvez vous m’aider à régler ce problème svp
    Date : 08/11/2013 17:51:51
    Application : Operations Manager
    Version de l’application : 7.0.9538.0
    Gravité : Erreur
    Message :

    Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Common.LocationObjectNotFoundException: The pool managing the instance is not available or the location monitoring object cannot be found.
    à Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Common.Internal.ServiceProxy.HandleFault(String methodName, Message message)
    à Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Common.Internal.AdministrationServiceProxy.LaunchDiscovery(Guid batchId, IList1 jobDefinitions)
    à Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Administration.ManagementServer.BeginExecuteWindowsDiscovery(IList
    1 discoveryConfigurations, AsyncCallback callback, Object state)
    à Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Mom.Internal.UI.Administration.DiscoveryProgress.c__DisplayClass7.b__3(Object , ConsoleJobEventArgs )
    à Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Mom.Internal.UI.Console.ConsoleJobExceptionHandler.ExecuteJob(IComponent component, EventHandler`1 job, Object sender, ConsoleJobEventArgs args)

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