Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Prerequisites setup for SCCM

 

Before proceed to installation of SCCM 2007 SP1, we need to add roles & features in the Windows server 2008.

A. Roles

1. Open Server Manager, Click on Add Roles

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2. In Add Roles Wizard, Click Next 

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3. Select Web Server (IIS), Click Next

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4. Click Next 

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5. Select ASP.NET

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6. Click Add Required Role Services 

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7. Please ensure roles are checked as below:

Static Content
Default Document
Directory Browsing
HTTP Errors
ASP.NET
.NET Extensibility
ASP
ISAPI Extensions
ISAPI Filters
HTTP Logging
Request Monitor
Windows Authentication
Request Filtering
Static Content Compression
IIS Management Console
IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility
IIS 6 WMI Compatibility

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8. Click Next

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9. Click Install

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10. Installation Completed. Click Close

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B. Add Features 

1. Click Add Features

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2. Select Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS)

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3. Click Add Required Role Services 

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4. Select Remote Differential Compression, Click Next

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5. Click Next

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6. Select WebDAV Publishing, Click Next

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7. Click Install 

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8. Installation completed. Click Close 

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C. Enabling WebDAV Publishing by Using IIS Manager

1. Go to select Roles > Web Server (IIS) > Internet Information Service

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2. In Connection Pane, Select Sites > Default Web Site. Double Click on WebDAV Authoring Rules

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3. When the WebDAV Authoring Rules page is displayed, click the Enable WebDAV task in the Actions page.

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4. Once WebDAV has been enabled, click the Add Authoring Rule task in the Actions pane.

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5. In Add Authoring Rule window, Select All Content, All users, READ then OK

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6. Result will shown on WebDAV Authoring Rules window.

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7. Click WebDAV Setting in Action pane

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8. Change Allow Anonymous Proper value to True 

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9. Change Allow Custom Properties value to False 

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10. Change Allow Property Queries value to True 

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11. Change Allow Hidden File… value to True

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12. Once complete, click Apply in Action pane.

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13. After apply, The changes have been successfully saved.

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14.  From C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config open applicationHost.config file.

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15. At the <requestFiltering> section verify that allowUnlisted=”true”. The file extensions from the list are blocked if they are part of the packages on the Distribution Points.

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16.  At the <handlers accessPolicy=”Read, Script”> section verify that a WebDAV entry exists.

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Active Directory Service Interfaces Editor (ADSI Edit)

 
To publish information from the AD site in Configuration Manager 2007, we need to create System Management container.
1. Go to Start Menu select Run and enter adsiedit.msc then click OK
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2. In the ADSI Edit console, right click ADSI Edit and select Connect to…
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3. By default, Click OK
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4. In the ADSI Edit console expand Default naming context, then the DC=hyper,DC=com container, right-click the CN=System container and select New > Object.
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5. In the Create Object window select container and click Next.
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6. In the Create Object window type System Management and click Next.
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7. In the Create Object window click Finish.
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8. In ADSI Edit console view the newly created container then close the console.
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9. Launch Active Directory Users and Computers. Right click the desired container and select New > Group.
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10. In the New Object – Group window type ConfigMgrServers as the group name and click OK.
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11. Right-click the newly created group and select Properties.
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12. In the Properties window select the Members tab and click Add.
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13. In the Select Users, Contacts, Service Accounts or Groups window click Object Types.
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14. In the Object Types window select Computers and click OK.
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15. In the Select Users, Contacts, Computers, Service Accounts or Groups window type the name of the Configuration Manager server, click Check Names then click OK.
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16. In the Properties window click OK.
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We need to add permissions to ConfigMgrServers group into the System Management container.
17. In the Active Directory Users and Computers console select View, Advanced Features.
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18. Right-click the System Management container and select Properties.
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19. In the System Management Properties window select the Security tab then click Add.
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20. In the Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts or Groups window type ConfigMgrServers and click Check Names then click OK.
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21. In the System Management Properties window give the Full Control permission to the ConfigMgrServers group (all checkboxes will be selected) then click Advanced.
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22. In the Advanced Security Settings for System Management window select the ConfigMgrServers group from the list then click Edit.
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23. In the Permission Entry for System Management window, in the Apply to dropdown select This object and all descendant objects then click OK.
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24. In the Advanced Security Settings for System Management window click OK.
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25. In the System Management Properties window click OK.
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After the installation Configuration Manager 2007 will publish information in this container to allow clients to locate the Site Server.