5 - Select the System Center 2012 Orchestrator features to install. Here I leave the default selection.Click
7 - If one Prerequisite
is missing you'll get the following display. Tick the "Enable IIS Role
" and click on Next.
SCO Setup will automatically install the missing role or feature.
8 - Once installed, you'll have to specify the Service account
for System Center Orchestrator.
Ensure this is a success and click Next
9 - Configure the database server
connection, Type the local computer name if you installed SQL on this server or provide a remote SQL server (and instance if using a named instance) to which you have the System Administrator (SA) Rights in order to create the System Center Orchestrator database and assign permissions to it. Test the database connection and click Next
10 - Configure Orchestrator Users Group
. Browse Active Directory and select the domain global group created ScorchUsers
. Click Next.
11 - Accept the defaults Web Service ports 81 and 82. Click Next
12 - Accept the default installation location. Click Next
13 - Select the appropriate options for Microsoft Update and Customer Experience. Click Next
14 - Finally click Next
and the Installation will start. The setup will install all the roles and create the Orchestrator database. This process should be very quick.
15 - Once completed, you'll see the following display.ClickClose
when you are done.
You can open SQL Management Console and see that the Orchestrator database has been created.
16 - Verify your consoles open successfully.
|Orchestrator Console will require Microsoft Silverlight
|Orchestrator Console http://localhost:82