We’ll start with prerequisites for the management servers and the web server. The console will be installed on another server, like the reporting server.

Download the following files:

Execute the following commands :

command

command

command

When it’s done, you can start the installation of SCOM, with the following command, by adapting with your values:

command

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To see the progression of the installation, open logs OpsMgrSetupWizard.log and Setup0.log who are located in C:\Users\fappointaire\AppData\Local\SCOM\LOGS\ :

setup0 log

opsmgrsetupwizard log

You can see that the installation is done. Restart the server and, as indicated, an evaluation version has been installed. I’ll install my license, with the following command:

 

commandInstall the last Update Rollup available, for me, it’s 1: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3190029

I installed the SCOM console on another server, and I applied the UR1 patch? You can now connect to your SCOM server, who is installed on a Server Core 🙂

scom console window

active alerts operations manager

 

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