However, be aware that it only supports System Center Operations Manager 2012 and does not work with SCOM 2007.]]>
[SQL Error -08001] SSL Error: The Certificate CN Name Does Not Match the Passed Value.
As it turns out, the server name I was provided for the SQL Server 2008 R2, SP1 (CU6) cluster was actually a DNS Canonical Name (CName) record for the cluster. Not the actually cluster name itself. The reasons for them doing this are out-of-scope for this post, but once I changed the name of the SQL server to the actual name of the cluster the setup proceeded without issue.
NOTE: Because of the point that the setup originally fails, you will have to uninstall the site and start over as the site is partially installed.]]>
Configuration Manager only supports the use of primary FQDN’s, where the DNS hostname (first label in the FQDN) matches the NetBIOS hostname of the computer. The FQDN provided for this site system does not meet this requirement and cannot be used. Correct the FQDN and try again.
According to TechNet threads, this is a known bug and may be circumvented by using the /NoPrereq command line switch against Setup.exe in the folder SMSSETUP\BIN\X64.]]>
If you would like to attend VIRTUALLY please register here. http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=151148
October 11, 2010
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Eastern Time Zone
Lunch provided by Veeam. http://www.veeam.com
“The nworks Management Pack provides continuous monitoring of the largest, most demanding virtual environments. It features a centrally managed, distributed architecture for horizontal “no limits” scalability and automatic failover and load balancing for high availability. Optimized, user-configurable data publication methods and use of consecutive sample monitors, optimized performance providers and other advanced features of System Center deliver maximum information with minimal overhead.”
|ATLSUMG||Opening and Introductions||9:50 am||10:00 am|
|Scott Moss||Operations Manager Hotfixes||10:05 am||10:35 am|
|Marcus Oh||Orchestrating Maintenance Mode with Opalis||10:40 am||11:25 am|
|BREAK||11:30 am||11:45 am|
|Brian Pavnick||Connecting the Dots with nWorks MP for VMware||11:50 am||12:50 PM|
|Denzil Ramsey||SCVMM Self Service Portal / vNext||12:55 PM||1:55 PM|
|Brian Huneycutt||Top 10 SCCM Hotfixes||2:00 PM||2:30 PM|
|Ted Sendler||OpsMgr R2 – Common Issues and Troubleshooting||2:35 PM||3:00 PM|
|Wally Mead||SCCM v.Next||3:00 PM||3:55 PM|
Scott has been working in the IT industry for more than 14 years. The majority of his time served in IT has been at various Telecommunications institutions, as well as a 3 year work release program in the Lottery industry. The past 5 years he has been focused on Systems Monitoring using MOM 2005 and Operations Manager 2007. Scott was also awarded the Microsoft’s MVP Award 2010 for Operations Manager. For the past two years he has been vice president of the Atlanta Southeast Management User Group and President of the System Center Virtual User Group. He is also a SystemCenterCentral.com blogger and forums contributor.
Marcus is a Lead Systems Administrator for a large telecommunications provider, running directory services and management infrastructure for ~30,000 systems. He has been a MVP for the last six years in System Center specializing in Configuration Manager and Operations Manager. Marcus has written numerous articles for technology websites as well as his own blog. He co-authored Professional SMS 2003, MOM 2005, and WSUS.
Denny is a Datacenter Technology Specialist focused on Microsoft Datacenter Virtualization and Management solutions. Denny has been with Microsoft for 5 years in several roles including Networking Technology Specialist, Exchange Premier Field Engineer and Technical Account Manager working with customers like Home Depot and Coca-Cola. Before joining Microsoft, Denny spent 7 years a Cox Communications where he managed the Windows Core Infrastructure team supporting Exchange, Active Directory, Systems Management and Windows Server infrastructure.
Brian Pavnick is a Solutions Architect at Veeam Software who specializes in integrating Microsoft System Center technologies with VMWare’s VI. Prior to Veeam, he has worked over 10 years as a Sr. Systems Administrator acquiring skills in operating, implementing, and project managing Microsoft Server Infrastructure Technologies. Throughout his career, he has specialized in Systems Management for Microsoft Server technologies. This includes OS deployment, patch management, system profiling, system and application monitoring, data security, and disaster recovery. Brian is a Microsoft Certified IT Professional in Enterprise Administration.
Brian is currently a developer (more a jack-of-all-trades really) on the Configuration Manager Sustained Engineering team. He started as a Support Engineer handling consumer desktop support issues at Microsoft in 1999. After having his fill of “No, there is no double right click, just a double left click” and “I’m sorry sir, I cannot help you with your ISP’s login password issue” he escaped transitioned to the SMS team, where he quickly learned the value of the SMS logs. Once firmly entrenched in the SMS world, he worked through all levels of support, ending up as an Escalation Engineer (“What do you want to debug today?”) prior to moving to the product team. These days he still partners with CSS (current acronym for Support) on problem investigations, along with development work on hotfixes, service packs, and generally anything that needs either fixing or a very long email. Those fleeting moments of free time are split between family, tooling around town in a little Triumph Spitfire, or making sawdust in the garage / workshop.
Ted is a Support Escalation Engineer on the System Center Support Team at Microsoft. He is primarily focused on issues dealing with MOM 2005, Operations Manager 2007, Service Manager 2010, System Center Essentials 2007 and 2010 , and Opalis.
Wally has been with Microsoft for 17+ years. He started in the training group and helped develop the training course for the original release of SMS 1.0. He has then been involved with all versions of SMS, and now Configuration Manager, from developing and delivering training, or assisting customers on newsgroups and forums, or directly with them through the TAP program. He now is a Senior Program Manager in the Configuration Manager Product Group, responsible for community efforts, such as forums, managing the MVPs, presenting at conferences, and working with TAP customers.]]>
These updated MPs are also referenced to as Cumulative Update #3 (CU#3).
Click the following link to download the MP files for AIX, HP-UX, Red Hat Enterprise, Solaris, and SLES.
Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 (DPM 2010) is not currently available in China and the software cannot be provided to customers in China. If you purchase a suite (SMSE, SMSD, Client Management Suite, and/or ECAL) that includes rights to DPM 2010 or you purchase DPM 2010 standalone, you can download and use Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 (DPM 2007) until DPM 2010 is made available in China. We are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible.
Please note, this only impacts DPM 2010 availability in China. Thanks!
Senior Product Manager
Follow the status at: http://blogs.technet.com/b/systemcenter/archive/2010/06/03/dpm-2010-not-currently-available-in-china.aspx]]>