Thursday, December 8, 2011
Select Target Device Installation
And Select Target Device Installation again…
Click No, you will be restarting later
Again Select No you will be restarting shortly
Type in the Server name or IP Address
We are going to create a new vDisk
Give it a name and for this example we are going to use Dynamic VHD type.
Just click Yes if you receive a warning
Give the New Target a Name Note: this cannot be the same name you assigned to this Server…
Now go ahead and click Yes to reboot. Make sure you either have the BDM ISO or The VM set to boot to Network with DHCP Options enabled.
Once you log back into the VM you should see this window.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
First we are going to install the Console Snap-in's
You will get this if you didn't have .Net 3.5 Installed first. Follow the below few screens to install it via Server Manger.
Ok now that we have .Net Installed we can continue the Snap-in install
So now that we have the Console Snap-in's installed, time to install the Server Components.
We are assuming DHCP Services are running on a different server.
We are going to use either BDM (Boot ISO) or DHCP Options
Enter a new Database Name, Enter a Farm Name, Enter a Site Name, and Give a Collection Name. I usually use builtin Administrators
I recommend using a Domain Service Account that is Local Administrator to the Provisioning Server(s) And I always Check the Configure the Database for the account, I have had issues in the past if I didn't check this box.
Check the Box and Leave Defaults
I highly recommend Disabling the Windows Firewall on the Provisioning Servers
Got to love UAC