Category Archives: Server 2012

SCOM 2012 SP1 Web Console Prerequisites Powershell

If you are installing SCOM for the first time on a Windows 2012 Server here is the Powershell to install all of the IIS prerequisites for the Web console Before running this script make sure you have a GPO in … Continue reading

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HP EVA and Cluster Shared Volumes

  Today I figured out an issue that has been holding up moving forward with my deployment of Hyper V. I didn’t find much on the web when I first ran into this issue so I hope this helps someone … Continue reading

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Installing SCCM agent on Server 2012 with Orchestrator

Update 1/30/2013: I don’t recommend this as a primary way to install the SCCM agent on computers now that there is a supported solution from Microsoft, this was just a temporary workaround until SCCM SP1 was released. In this blog post I’m … Continue reading

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VMM 2012 SP1 Beta and Hyper V 2012 NIC Teaming

Incase anyone runs into the issue there is a bug in VMM SP 1 Beta that doesn’t support Hyper V Virtual Switches to be bound to  teamed NICs in Server 2012. symptoms I experienced were: Logical networks did not populate … Continue reading

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Server 2012 NIC Teaming HP Virtual Connect NICs with Powershell

Update April 2013, if you are using VMM setup your networks in VMM and allow VMM to the teaming. This blog post is a follow up to my previous post about identifying and naming NICs on HP BL460c Servers with … Continue reading

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HP Virtual Connect NICs and Windows Server 2012

My first blog post! In this post I wanted to share a script that will be very helpful for me going forward working with HP Virtual Connect Flex 10 and HP BL460c that run a Microsoft OS. In the past … Continue reading

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