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1 Deploying System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

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3 Objectives Prerequisites Estimated Time to Complete This Lab Computers used in this Lab After completing this lab, you will be able to: Prepare Active Directory for Configuration Manager publishing and integration Install a stand-alone Configuration Manager 2012 R2 primary site View status message activity related to site server installation Discover computer resources from Active Directory Install and configure a fallback status point Install the Configuration Manager 2012 client on a Windows 7 computer Install a reporting point and generate client deployment reports This lab requires a computer with all the prerequisites installed to be installed as a Configuration Manager 2012 R2 site (Primary1 is the site server virtual machine image). These prerequisites include a supported version of Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008,.Net Framework 4.0, IIS configured properly, a domain controller, and so on (you can view the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Supported Configurations document on TechNet for the complete list of prerequisites). This lab also requires at least one remote computer running a supported operating system that can be deployed as a Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client (Client1 is the virtual machine image for this lab). 75 Minutes Primary1 Client1 The password for the administrator account on all computers in this lab is: password. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 1

4 1 PREPARING ACTIVE DIRECTORY FOR CONFIGURATION MANAGER 2012 R2 INTEGRATION In this exercise, you will prepare Active Directory for use with Configuration Manager 2012 R2. You will use a utility that is provided with Configuration Manager to extend the Active Directory schema for publishing data by Configuration Manager. You will also grant rights for the Configuration Manager site server to allow it to publish site data to Active Directory. Finally, you will create an Active Directory site that will be added to the Configuration Manager boundaries for client management. The Active Directory schema is unchanged from Configuration Manager Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Extend the Active Directory schema for Configuration Manager 2. Grant the Configuration Manager site server rights to Active Directory Primary1 1. Click Start Run and Browse to C:\ConfigMgr2012R2\SMSSetup\Bin\x64 \Extadsch.exe. Note: A Command Prompt window appears as the Active Directory schema is extended for use by Configuration Manager. When the schema extension process has completed, the command prompt window closes. 2. Open C:\ExtADSch.log. Note: Notepad displays the contents of the ExtADSadsch.log file. This file is created by the ExtADSadsch.exe utility and reports on the Active Directory schema extension process. Notice that the schema extension process was successful, and that 14 attributes and four classes were added to Active Directory. 3. Verify that there are no errors listed in the log, and then close Notepad. Note: The site server will attempt to publish data to Active Directory after it has been deployed, provided it has the rights to publish. You can then view the System\System Management container to see the objects the site server publishes to Active Directory when configured to do so. In the next task, you will grant rights to the site server to publish site data to Active Directory. 1. Click Start Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers. Note: The Active Directory Users and Computers window appears. 2. On the View menu, click Advanced Features. Note: The Active Directory Users and Computers window displays additional Active Directory information, including the System container. You will grant rights to the System container to allow the Configuration Manager site server to publish data to Active Directory. In many production environments, you may want to manually create the System Management container, which is where Formatted: Outline numbered + Level: 3 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, + Aligned at: 0.15" + Tab after: 0.4" + Indent at: 0.4" Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 2

5 Configuration Manager actually publishes. If you grant the site server the appropriate rights to the System container, it will create the System Management container automatically, and publish there. 3. In the console tree, expand ConfigMgrDom.local, and then click System. 4. On the Action menu, click Properties. Note: The System Properties dialog box appears. 5. Click the Security tab. Note: The System Properties dialog box displays the security permissions on the System container. Notice that the computer that will be installed as the Configuration Manager site server (Primary1) is not listed. 6. Click Add. Note: The Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups dialog box appears. Notice that in the "Select the object type" box, computers will not be searched nor validated. 7. Click Object Types. Note: The Object Types dialog box appears. Notice that "Computers" is not selected. 8. Under Object types, click to select Computers, and then click OK. Note: The Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups dialog box appears. Notice that in the "Select the object type" box, computers will be searched and validated. 9. In the Enter the object names to select box, type Primary1 and then click OK. Note: The Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups dialog box appears. Notice that the Configuration Manager site server computer (PRIMARY1) is now listed with Read rights. 10. Under Permissions for PRIMARY1, click Full Control under Allow, and then click Advanced. Note: The Advanced Security Settings for System dialog box appears displaying the rights for various accounts. 11. Under Name, click PRIMARY1, and then click Edit. Note: The Permission Entry for System dialog box appears displaying the rights for CONFIGMGRDOM\PRIMARY1$. The site server requires full control rights to the container, as well as all descendant objects. 12. In the Apply to field, click This object and all descendant objects, and then click OK. Note: The Advanced Security Settings for System dialog box appears. 13. Click OK. Note: The System Properties dialog box appears. 14. Click OK. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 3

6 Note: The Active Directory Users and Computers window appears. You can leave this window open if you want to view information that Configuration Manager publishes to Active Directory after installation. In the following procedure, you will create an Active Directory site to integrate with Configuration Manager as part of its boundaries. This process is not required, however it does provide a very common method to identify the clients to be managed by the local site. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: Create an Active Directory site Primary1 1. Click Start Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Sites and Services. Note: The Active Directory Sites and Services window appears. 2. In the console tree, click Sites. Note: The list of AD sites appears in the results pane. Notice the default site name of Default-First-Site-Name. You should never use the default site name (Default-First-Site-Name) as that site is created in all Active Directory implementations, and could lead to overlapping site boundaries if used. You should always create a custom, unique, AD site if you want to manage clients via AD site boundaries. 3. On the Action menu, click New Site. Note: The New Object Site dialog box appears. 4. In the Name box, type ConfigMgrSite 5. Under Link Name, click DEFAULTIPSITELINK, and then click OK. Note: An Active Directory Domain Services message box appears listing steps that may be required to complete the creation of the new site. 6. Click OK. Note: The new site is now listed and selected in the tree view. 7. In the console tree, under Sites, click Subnets. Note: The list of IP subnets appears in the results pane. Notice that by default, no IP subnets are created. 8. On the Action menu, click New Subnet. Note: The New Object Subnet dialog box appears. 9. In the Prefix box, type / Under Select a site object for this prefix, click ConfigMgrSite, and then click OK. Formatted: Outline numbered + Level: 2 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, + Aligned at: 0.15" + Tab after: 0.4" + Indent at: 0.4" Formatted: Outline numbered + Level: 3 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, + Aligned at: 0.15" + Tab after: 0.4" + Indent at: 0.4" Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 4

7 11. In the console tree, click Subnets. Note: The list of subnets appears in the results pane. Notice the new subnet has been associated with the new AD site. 12. In the console tree, expand ConfigMgrSite, and then click Servers. Note: The list of servers for this site appears in the result pane. Notice that there are no servers in this new site. 13. In the console tree, expand Default-First-Site-Name, expand Servers, and then click PRIMARY1. Note: This is your domain controller. You will move this to your new site as its server. 14. On the Action menu, click Move. Note: The Move Server dialog box appears displaying all sites available. 15. Under Site Name, click ConfigMgrSite, and then click OK. Note: The list of servers for the default site appears in the results pane. Notice that there are no servers in the default site. 16. In the console tree, expand Sites, expand ConfigMgrSite, and then click Servers. Note: The list of servers for the new site appears in the results pane. Notice that your domain controller has been moved to the new site. 17. Close Active Directory Sites and Services. Note: It is not required to move your domain controller to the AD site that you created. You are simply doing so in the lab as that is the only Active Directory site that you will be using. Configuration Manager will function properly if you do not complete this step. Formatted: Outline numbered + Level: 2 + Numbering Style: 1, 2, 3, + Aligned at: 0.15" + Tab after: 0.4" + Indent at: 0.4" Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 5

8 2 INSTALLING MICROSOFT CONFIGURATION MANAGER 2012 R2 In this exercise, you will install a Configuration Manager 2012 R2 primary site using a custom installation. A supported version of SQL Server 2008 SP2 is already installed on the computer Primary1. You will configure options in the Setup program to control the deployment of the stand-alone Configuration Manager 2012 R2 site. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Install a Configuration Manager 2012 R2 stand-alone primary site Primary1 1. Start C:\ConfigMgr2012R2\Splash.hta. Setup window appears. Notice the options available in the window include installing Configuration Manager, assessing server readiness, downloading the latest updates, installing the Configuration Manager console, and downloading System Center Updates Publisher. Also notice that you can access product documentation and help. 2. Click Install. Setup Wizard Before You Begin dialog box appears. 3. Click Next. Setup Wizard Available Setup Options dialog box displays options for installation. Notice that you can either install a primary site or a central administration site. 4. Verify that Install a Configuration Manager primary site is selected, and then click Next. Setup Wizard Product Key dialog box appears prompting for a product key or to select the option to install an evaluation version of Configuration Manager 2012 R2. The evaluation version is exactly the same in functionality as the non-evaluation version, other than it expires after 180 days. This is adequate for a lab environment for testing the product. 5. If you do not have a product key, click Install the evaluation edition of this product, and then click Next. 6. If you do have a valid product key, in the Install the licensed edition of this product box, type your product key, and then click Next. Setup Wizard Microsoft Software License Terms dialog box appears displaying the license agreement. Read the licensing information. 7. Click to select I accept these license terms, and then Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 6

9 click Next. Note: The Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Setup Wizard Prerequisite Licenses dialog box appears prompting for agreement to install the required prerequisite components. Notice that there are license agreements for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Express, Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Native Client, and Microsoft Silverlight 5. SQL Server 2012 Express can be used for installation on a secondary site server. A primary site requires a Standard or Enterprise edition of SQL Server 2008 or later. 8. Click to select the I accept these License Terms checkbox for each of the three components, and then click Next. Setup Wizard Prerequisite Downloads dialog box appears prompting for the location of the required prerequisite components. Notice that there are two options, one to download the required updates from the Internet, and the other to use a local source of the required files. As we re in a virtual environment, the required files have already been downloaded and staged for the lab. Be careful to select the correct option, or you may corrupt the already downloaded files and not be able to complete the installation without resetting the virtual image. 9. Click Use previously downloaded files, and then click Browse. Note: The Browse For Folder dialog box appears. 10. Point to C:\ConfigMgr2012R2\Redist, and then click OK. Setup Wizard Prerequisite Downloads dialog box appears displaying the configured path to verify the downloaded updates. 11. Click Next. Note: The Configuration Manager Setup Downloader dialog box appears for a few moments while verifying the prerequisite component files at the selected location. When complete, the dialog will close and then the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Setup Wizard Server Language Selection dialog box appears. Configuration Manager can display the Configuration Manager console in the local language of the computer's language if enabled to do so, otherwise English is used. Enabling additional languages will cause Configuration Manager Setup to download the appropriate language packs. These language packs replace the localized versions of Configuration Manager from previous versions of the product. In the lab environment, there is no need to select any other server languages, however you may need additional languages in your production environment. 12. Click Next. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 7

10 Setup Wizard Client Language Selection dialog box appears allowing you to configure the languages that the Configuration Manager client user interface displays in. Notice that by default, only English is selected. Enabling additional languages will cause Configuration Manager Setup to download the appropriate language packs. These language packs replace the International Client Packs (ICPs) from previous versions of the product. In the lab environment, there is no need to select any other client languages, however you may need additional languages in your production environment. 13. Click Next. Setup Wizard Site and Installation Settings dialog box appears allowing you to configure your site identification values. 14. Open C:\ConfigMgrSetup.log. Note: Notepad displays the contents of the ConfigMgrSetup.log file. Setup writes progress of the setup process to this log, including the results of the prerequisite component verification. Notice that the verification process was successful, and that 15 files were validated in six different groups. 15. Verify that there are no errors listed in the log, and then close Notepad. Setup Wizard Site and Installation Settings dialog box appears prompting for information about the site to be installed. 16. In the Site code box, type MCM 17. In the Site name box, type Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Primary Site 18. Verify that the Installation folder box contains the default setting of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager. 19. Verify that Install the Configuration Manager console is selected, and then click Next. Setup Wizard Primary Site Installation dialog box appears allowing you to configure whether this site will be joined with other primary sites in a hierarchy under a central administration site, or if it will be a stand-alone site. As you do not need more than one primary site in your environment, you'll configure to be a stand-alone primary site. You will experience the installation of a Configuration Manager 2012 hierarchy in the "Deploying a System Center 2012 R2 Hierarchy" lab. 20. Click Install the primary site as a stand-alone site, and then click Next. Note: A Configuration Manager message box appears indicating that if you install as a stand-alone site, you will be able to expand this site into a new hierarchy, and confirming that is what you intend to do. 21. Click Yes. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 8

11 Setup Wizard Database Information dialog box appears prompting for the SQL Server computer (and instance if required) to use, as well as the name of the database for Configuration Manager and the port to be used for the SQL Server Service Broker (for data replication between sites in a hierarchy). 22. Click Next to accept the default values of the Configuration Manager site server s installation of SQL Server, the default instance of SQL Server, CM_MCM for the database name, and 4022 for the SQL Server Service Broker port. Setup Wizard Database Information dialog box appears prompting for the location of the SQL Server data and log files. Notice that the default path configured is the default SQL Server installation location. This is a new Setup feature of Configuration Manager 2012 R2. Previous versions of Configuration Manager did not prompt for the location to create these two files. In a production environment, it is highly recommended to move each file to a unique drive to help performance. In the lab environment, the default drive and path is fine (and the only drive on the server in the lab environment). 23. Click Next to accept the default paths. Setup Wizard SMS Provider Settings dialog box appears prompting for the computer on which to install the SMS Provider. The SMS Provider is a security layer between the administrator and the information in the Configuration Manager site database. Usually this is recommended to be installed on the SQL Server computer, unless using a clustered SQL Server environment. 24. Click Next to use the Configuration Manager site server for the SMS Provider. Setup Wizard Client Computer Communication Settings dialog box appears prompting for how clients will communicate with the site, either using HTTP or HTTPS. This is a new option in Configuration Manager 2012, and replaces the mixed and native mode settings from Configuration Manager Configuration Manager 2012 supports individual site systems that require HTTPS, while leaving the rest of the environment to use HTTP, or all client to site communications over HTTPS. 25. Click Configure the communication method on each site system role, and then click Next. Setup Wizard Site System Roles dialog box appears displaying the protocol and FQDN to use for the management point and distribution point site system roles that are to be installed by default. Notice that the client connection protocol is configured to HTTP, configured from the previous page of the wizard. 26. Click Next to install both the management point and Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 9

12 distribute point site system roles using the default FQDN and HTTP for client communications. Setup Wizard Customer Experience Improvement Program dialog box appears prompting for participation in the customer experience improvement program. Notice that involvement in the program is optional for the final release of the product. As you are in a virtual lab environment, you can decline participation. However, for your production deployments, we recommend that you do participate in the program. You are able to change your participation in the program through the Configuration Manager console after Setup has completed. 27. Click I don't want to join the program at this time, and then click Next. Setup Wizard Setting Summary dialog box appears displaying various configuration values to be used during the installation of Configuration Manager Click Next. Note: The Configuration Manager Installation Prerequisite Check runs to validate that the computers targeted for Configuration Manager 2012 installation meet the requirements for installation. When complete, the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Setup Wizard Prerequisite Check dialog box appears indicating the status of the validation process. Notice that there were no problems found with the configuration that will prevent installation, however three warnings are displayed. The first warning is indicating that there may not be rights to publish to the System Management container in Active Directory. You granted rights to publish to the System container, which will allow Configuration Manager to create the System Management container. The warning is because the Setup program is looking for the System Management container, which you did not precreate. Rather you configured rights to allow the site server to create the System Management container when it needs to publish its data to Active Directory. The second and third warnings are related to the amount of memory that SQL Server is able to use. The first indicates that SQL Server is not configured to use a specific amount of memory. It is recommended to limit the amount of memory that SQL Server uses, especially when co-located with Configuration Manager. The second states that SQL Server requires 8GB of memory, which is not configured in the lab environment. 29. Open the file %TEMP%\ConfigMgrAutoSave.ini. Note: The ConfigMgrAutoSave.ini file is created by Setup automatically when starting the prerequisite check. This file is useful if you would like to perform an unattended installation of a site server using the /SCRIPT [script file] command line option of Setup. For example, you may want to configure a Windows scheduled task to silently install the site server after business hours. The settings within the script file can also be modified and Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 10

13 used to install other site servers, as well. Another use for this file is if any prerequisites are missing and the installation of the prerequisite requires a reboot. You can use the script file to perform an unattended installation instead of having to run through the Setup wizard and select all the same options again. 30. Close Notepad. Setup Wizard Prerequisite Check dialog box appears. As there are no errors in the prerequisite check, you can proceed with the installation of the site. 31. Click Begin Install. Setup Wizard Install dialog box appears displaying the status of overall installation process, as well as the individual tasks that must be completed as part of the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 installation. The time to install a Configuration Manager site will be dependent on the options selected as well as the hardware available. It could take as few as 10 minutes to install, or over 30 minutes. When complete, the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Setup Wizard Install dialog box appears indicating that Setup completed each action successfully. 32. Click Close. Setup window appears. 33. Click Exit. Note: You have now successfully installed a stand-alone primary site. You will confirm the installation in the next procedure. In the following procedure, you will use Configuration Manager status messages generated by the site server installation to verify that the site server installation was successful. You will begin by starting the Configuration Manager console. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Start the Configuration Manager console Primary1 1. On the Start menu, click All Programs, expand Microsoft System Center 2012 R2, expand Configuration Manager, and then click Configuration Manager Console. console window appears displaying the Assets and Compliance Overview page. You can also start the Configuration Manager Console directly from the Start menu, as it is automatically pinned to the Start menu. 2. View Configuration Manager 1. Click the Monitoring workspace. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 11

14 status messages Note: The Monitoring Overview page appears. 2. In the navigation pane, expand System Status, and then click Site Status. Note: The status of all installed Configuration Manager site systems, with the appropriate installed site system roles displayed, appears in the results pane. Notice that all site system roles appear with a status of "OK". 3. In the navigation pane, click Component Status. Note: The list of Configuration Manager components and their status appears in the results pane. It is common for a few components to display a warning state after an initial site installation. You can generally ignore those unless you see error conditions or many components with status other than OK. 4. In the results pane, click SMS_SITE_COMPONENT_MANAGER, and then on the Ribbon, click Show Messages. Note: A new menu appears. 5. Click All. Note: The Status Messages: Set Viewing Period dialog box appears allowing you to configure the age of status messages to be displayed. Notice that the default value is to display status messages for the past day. 6. Click OK. Note: The Configuration Manager Status Message Viewer for <MCM> <Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Primary Site> window appears. Notice the message with the ID of It indicates that the site server was configured to receive Configuration Manager server components. Also notice status message 4911, which indicates that the Site Component Manager was successfully able to publish the management point object to Active Directory. 7. Click the message with an ID of 1027, and then on the View menu, click Detail. Note: The Status Message Details dialog box appears. Notice the header information for the message, as well as the text under Description. 8. Click OK. Note: The Configuration Manager Status Message Viewer for <MCM> <Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Primary Site> window appears. 9. On the File menu, click Exit. Note: The list of Configuration Manager components appears in the results pane. 10. Follow previous steps 4-9 to display the status messages for SMS_HIERARCHY_MANAGER. Note: The Configuration Manager Status Message Viewer for <MCM> <Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Primary Site> window appears. Notice the messages with message IDs of These messages indicate that Hierarchy Manager has successfully Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 12

15 processed a site control change request and updated the site database. 11. Follow previous steps 4-9 to display the status messages for SMS_WINNT_SERVER_DISCOVERY_AGENT. Note: The Configuration Manager Status Message Viewer for <MCM> <Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Primary Site> window appears. Notice the message with a message ID of This message indicates one server was discovered and discovery data was written for it. This occurred as a result of installing Configuration Manager site components on the site server computer. 12. Click the Administration workspace. Note: The Administration Overview page appears. Notice a new folder titled Cloud Services. This is a new node in the R2 release of Configuration Manager In the navigation pane, expand Site Configuration, and then click Sites. Note: The list of Configuration Manager sites appears in the results pane. Notice that there is only one site in this hierarchy, that being MCM. Notice that the preview pane displays summary information for the site selected in the results pane, including the build number (7958 is the build number for the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 release). 14. In the navigation pane, click Servers and Site System Roles. Note: The list of Configuration Manager site systems for the site appears in the results pane. Notice that the site server is the only site system in this site. Notice also that all site system roles for the site server are displayed in the preview pane. If your site has multiple site systems, which is very common, each appropriate role can be displayed for each site system. The site server, site database, management point, and distribution point roles have all been installed on the site server computer (as well as site system and component server). You have now validated that the site has installed successfully, and will now complete some basic configuration of the site before installing a client. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 13

16 In the following procedure, you will use Active Directory Forest Discovery to add the configured Active Directory sites as Configuration Manager 2012 boundaries. These will designate which clients are to be managed by this Configuration Manager site those that are members of the specific Active Directory site added as a boundary and to the boundary group you will also create. You are not required to use Active Directory sites as Configuration Manager boundaries, though it is a very common practice to do so. You will then add the Active Directory site to a boundary group, and configure the boundary group for both site assignment as well as content lookup. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Configure Active Directory boundaries through Active Directory Forest Discovery Primary1 1. If not already there, click the Administration workspace. Note: The Administration page appears displaying the site systems and installed site system roles. 2. In the navigation pane, expand Hierarchy Configuration, and then click Boundaries. Note: The list of boundaries for the local site appears in the results pane. Notice that there are no boundaries added to the site automatically. 3. In the navigation pane, click Discovery Methods. Note: The list of discovery methods for the local site appears in the results pane. Notice that there is a new discovery method in Configuration Manager 2012 that was not included in Configuration Manager 2007, Active Directory Forest Discovery, and that it is disabled by default. Active Directory Group Discovery was called Active Directory Security Group Discovery in Configuration Manager In the results pane, click Active Directory Forest Discovery, and then on the Ribbon, click Properties. Note: The Active Directory Forest Discovery Properties dialog box appears. 5. Click to select Enable Active Directory Forest Discovery. Note: The Active Directory Forest Discovery Properties dialog box displays options to automatically create boundaries in Configuration Manager for Active Directory sites or IP subnets (or both), as well as to run the discovery method every week. 6. Click to select Automatically create Active Directory site boundaries when they are discovered, and then click OK. Note: A Configuration Manager message box appears prompting to run a discovery process as soon as possible. 7. Click Yes. Note: This will process will discover information from Active Directory, and create a new boundary for each Active Directory site that is discovered in the site server's forest. The System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manger console Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 14

17 appears displaying the available discovery methods. It will take a moment for the discovery to complete. 8. In the navigation pane, click Active Directory Forests. Note: The list of Active Directory forests appears in the results pane. These can be discovered forests, such as ConfigMgrDom.local that appears in our site, or manually entered forests. Notice that summary information for the forest appears in the preview pane, and indicates that both "Discovery Status" and "Publishing Status" are "Succeeded". Notice also that tabs appear at the bottom of the preview pane to allow you to view discovered data. If the "Discovery Status" is not "Succeeded", wait a moment and then refresh the console. 9. On the Ribbon, click Show Active Directory Sites. Note: The discovered AD sites appear as a sticky node in the navigation pane under Active Directory Forests. Notice that both the default AD site "Default-First-Site-Name" and the manually created site "ConfigMgrSite" are displayed. 10. In the navigation pane, click Active Directory Forests, and then on the Ribbon, click Show IP Subnets. Note: The discovered IP subnets appear as a sticky node in the navigation pane under Active Directory Forests. Notice that the manually created subnet is displayed. 11. In the navigation pane, click Boundaries. Note: The list of boundaries for the local site appears in the results pane. Notice that there are now two AD sites displayed as boundaries. Recall that you configured the Active Directory Forest Discovery method to automatically create boundaries for AD sites discovered, however you did not configure it to create boundaries for any IP subnets discovered. In Configuration Manager 2012, boundaries by themselves do not accomplish anything. For a boundary to be useful, it needs to be assigned to a boundary group, which you will do in the next task. 2. Configure a Boundary Group 1. In the navigation pane, click Boundary Groups. Note: The list of boundary groups for the local site appears in the results pane. Notice that there are no boundary groups added to the site by default. You need boundary groups for clients to access content from distribution points, as well as automatic site assignment if desired. 2. On the Ribbon, click Create Boundary Group. Note: The Create Boundary Group dialog box appears allowing the creation of a new boundary group. 3. In the Name box, type Local Clients in MCM and then click Add. Note: The Add Boundaries dialog box appears allowing you to select the boundaries to be added to this boundary group. Notice that there are two boundaries available, those being the two AD sites that were discovered. You will only add the "ConfigMgrSite" boundary to the boundary group. 4. Under Boundaries, click to select ConfigMgrSite, and Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 15

18 then click OK. Note: The Create Boundary Group dialog box appears displaying the current members of this boundary group. Notice the AD site boundary has been added. You now need to associate this boundary group with the distribution point. 5. Click the References tab. Note: The Create Boundary Group dialog box appears displaying the site systems associated with this boundary group. Notice that by default, no site systems are associated with this boundary group. Notice also that this boundary group is not used for site assignment. This is not required, however you will do so in the lab. 6. Click to select Use this boundary group for site assignment. Note: This option allowed discovered resources to be assigned to the site designated (in our case "MCM"). Using a boundary group for site assignment allows for use of "SMSSITECODE=AUTO" to determine client site assignment, as well as automated client push. 7. Click Add. Note: The Add Site Systems dialog box appears allowing you to select the site systems (which can be distribution points and state migration points). 8. Under Server Name, click to select \\Primary1.ConfigMgrDom.local, and then click OK. Note: The Create Boundary Group dialog box appears displaying the site systems associated with this boundary group. Notice that the local site server (as a distribution point) is now associated with this boundary group with a 'fast connection', and that the boundary group is used for site assignment. 9. Click OK. Note: The list of boundary groups for the local site appears in the results pane. Notice that there is now one boundary group added to the site, and that this boundary group has one member (boundary) and one site system associated with it. This information will be used to install the client, which you will complete in the next exercise. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 16

19 3 INSTALLING A CONFIGURATION MANAGER 2012 R2 CLIENT In this exercise, you will install the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client on the Windows 7 client computer. You will begin by using Active Directory System Discovery to discover the computer from Active Directory. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Discover computers from Active Directory Primary1 1. If not already there, click the Administration workspace. Note: The Administration page appears displaying the boundary groups in the site. 2. In the navigation pane, expand Hierarchy Configuration, and then click Discovery Methods. Note: The list of discovery methods for the local site appears in the results pane. Notice that there are four discovery methods related to Active Directory, including the Active Directory Forest Discovery method that you just ran. There also are the Network Discovery and Heartbeat Discovery methods from Configuration Manager In the results pane, click Active Directory System Discovery, and then on the Ribbon, click Properties. Note: The Active Directory System Discovery Properties dialog box appears. 4. Click to select Enable Active Directory System Discovery, and then click New (the icon resembles a starburst). Note: The Active Directory Container dialog box appears allowing you to specify the path for the discovery. 5. Click Browse. Note: The Select New Container dialog box appears allowing you to specify the container to use for discovery. In our lab, we'll discover all systems starting at the root of the domain. However in a production environment, you may very well only want to discover systems from a specific organizational unit or container to control the systems that are discovered for a specific site. 6. Click ConfigMgrDom, and then click OK. Note: The Active Directory Container dialog box appears. Notice that the distinguished name for the container to search is displayed. Also notice that a recursive search will be performed on that container, that groups are excluded from the search, and that the site server computer account will be used. 7. Verify that Recursively search Active Directory child containers is selected, and then click OK. Note: The Active Directory System Discovery Properties dialog box appears. Notice that a recursive search will now be performed on that container. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 17

20 2. Verifying Active Discovery results 8. Click the Polling Schedule tab. Note: The Active Directory System Discovery Properties dialog box displays the default polling schedule for Active Directory System Discovery. Notice that by default, a full discovery process will occur weekly. Also notice that by default, delta discovery is enabled and will run at five minute intervals (although it can be disabled or set to a different interval as desired). 9. Click the Options tab. Note: The Active Directory System Discovery Properties dialog box displays the options that can be enabled to filter out systems that have not logged into Active Directory for a specific number of days, or systems that have not updated their password in Active Directory for a specific period of days. In the lab environment, there should be no need to enable either option, though in your production environment, you may need to enable these options to filter out 'stale' systems from being discovered. 10. Click OK. Note: A Configuration Manager message box appears prompting to run discovery process as soon as possible. 11. Click Yes. Note: You will need to wait for a moment for the discovery process to complete. The list of discovery methods appears in the results pane. You will view the results of the discovery data in the next task. 1. Click the Assets and Compliance workspace. Note: The Assets and Compliance Overview page appears. 2. In the navigation pane, click Device Collections. Note: The list of collections for devices is displayed in the results pane. Notice that there are only four device collections included with Configuration Manager 2012 R2. 3. In the results pane, click All Systems, and then on the Ribbon, click Show Members. Note: The "All Systems" collection is added as a sticky node in the navigation pane under Devices, and then the members of the "All Systems" collection appear in the results pane. Notice that there are three members in the "All Systems" collection currently, one being the Configuration Manager site server ("Primary1"), and two additional records for unknown computer support for the operating system deployment feature. 4. On the Collection tab of the Ribbon, click Update Membership. Note: A Configuration Manager message box appears prompting to update the collection membership of the selected collection. Normally you would not need to force updating of collections, as it will happen automatically within five minutes. 5. Click Yes. Note: The membership of the "All Systems" collection is Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 18

21 updated. It takes a moment before the database is updated with the new collection membership information. 6. In the navigation pane, click All Systems, and then refresh the "All Systems" collection membership. Note: The collection membership is updated, and the current membership of the "All Systems" collection is displayed. Notice that there are now 12 systems displayed as members of the "All Systems" collection. Alternately, if you did not want to manually update the membership of the All Systems collection, you could simply view the Devices node. It will show all system resources discovered without updating collection membership. As a general practice, you will likely want to view collection membership so you are seeing a smaller set of resources as opposed to all resources, thus the lab had you view the membership of the All Systems collection to get used to looking at a collection. 7. In the results pane, click Client1, and then on Home tab of the Ribbon, click Properties. Note: The Client1 Properties dialog box appears displaying discovery properties. Notice that the data collected and displayed includes the "Active Directory Site Name", which is the same as the boundary configured for this Configuration Manager site, "ConfigMgrSite". Notice also that the "Configuration Manager Assigned Sites" attribute displays the local site code "MCM". This is a result of the client being within the boundary "ConfigMgrSite" that was added to the boundary group which is configured for assignment to the site "MCM". 8. Click Close. In the following procedure, you will create the account necessary to remotely install the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client on your Windows 7 client computer. In order to install the Configuration Manager client on a system from the site server, the site server requires administrative rights to the target client. This can be using the site server computer account, or a defined user account that has administrator rights on the target computers. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Create the account required to install the Configuration Manager client via a client push process Primary1 1. Click Start All Programs Administrative Tools Active Directory Users and Computers. Note: The Active Directory Users and Computers window appears. 2. In the tree pane, under ConfigMgrDom.local, click Users. Note: The Active Directory Users and Computers window Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 19

22 displays the user accounts in the results pane. 3. On the Action menu, point to New, and then click User. Note: The New Object User dialog box appears allowing you to add a new user. 4. In the Full name box, type Client Push Install Account 5. In the User logon name box, type clientinstall and then click Next. Note: The New Object User dialog box appears allowing you to configure a password for the new user. 6. In the Password and Confirm password boxes, type password 7. Click to clear User must change password at next logon. Note: If you do not clear this checkbox, the new user account will not be able to be used until the password has been changed. 8. Click to select both User cannot change password and Password never expires, and then click Next. Note: In your production environment, you will set the password and account options here according to your corporate policies. You are configuring them for simplicity in the lab environment. The New Object User dialog box appears indicating that the new account is ready to be created. 9. Click Finish. Note: The Active Directory Users and Computers window appears displaying the new account in the results pane. 10. In the results pane, click Client Push Install Account, and then on the Action menu, click Add to a group. Note: The Select Groups dialog box appears allowing you to specify the group name. 11. In the Enter the object names to select box, type Domain Admins and then click OK. Note: An Active Directory Domain Services message box appears indicating that the operation was successful to add the user to the group. 12. Click OK, and then close Active Directory Users and Computers. Note: This is the account that will be used to push the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client installation to the Windows 7 client. It must be a local admin on the client computer. Being a member of Domain Admins is not a requirement, but simplifies the configuration in the lab environment. Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 20

23 In the following procedure, you will configure the account in the Configuration Manager console to allow installation of the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client. Configuration Manager must be configured to use the accounts that you want a client push process to use. Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: 1. Configure the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client push account Primary1 In the Configuration Manager console, click the Administration workspace. Note: The Administration page appears displaying the available discovery methods. 1. In the navigation pane, expand Site Configuration, and then click Sites. Note: The list of Configuration Manager sites appears in the results pane. Notice that there is only one site in this hierarchy, that being "MCM". 2. On the Ribbon, click Settings, click Client Installation Settings, and then click Client Push Installation. Note: The Client Push Installation Properties dialog box appears. Notice that the installation method is not enabled. It does not need to be enabled for our admin controlled push installation. 4. Click the Accounts tab. Note: The Client Push Installation Properties dialog box displays accounts to be used to push out the Configuration Manager client software. Notice that there are no accounts listed. 5. Click New (the icon resembles a starburst). Note: A new menu appears that allows the addition of an existing account (being one that has been added in Configuration Manager previously) or a new account (one not already added previously in Configuration Manager). 6. Click New Account. Note: The Windows User Account dialog box appears. Notice that you can manually enter the account name or you can browse for the account. 7. Click Browse. Note: The Select User dialog box appears. Notice that this is a standard Active Directory dialog. 8. In the Enter the object name to select box, type ClientInstall and then click OK. Note: The Windows User Account dialog box appears displaying the domain and name of the account to use as the Client Push Installation Account. 9. In the Password and Confirm password boxes, type password and then click Verify. Note: The Windows User Account dialog box expands to allow the configuration of a network path to use while verifying Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 21

24 the account. As the client push process will connect to a remote client's Admin$ share, you will verify with that path. 10. In the Network share box, type \\Client1\Admin$ and then click Test connection. Note: A Configuration Manager message box appears indicating that the connection was successful. This process helps verify your Client Push Installation Account, which will help save a lot of configuration issues with client push. 11. Click OK. Note: The Windows User Account dialog box appears displaying the credentials to add as a Client Push Installation Account. 12. Click OK. Note: The Client Push Installation Properties dialog box displays accounts to be used to remotely install the Configuration Manager client software. Notice that the new account is listed. You can list multiple accounts here that the site server can try to use as the client push installation account to different clients. 13. Click OK. console window appears displaying the local site. In the following procedure, you will use the Configuration Manager console to install a fallback status point. This is recommended to get client deployment status reporting to provide easier validation that clients have been successfully installed, as well as to provide details as to why a client failed to install successfully (if a client does fail installation). Tasks Detailed steps Complete the following task on: Primary1 1. Install a fallback status point 1. In the Administration workspace, click Sites. Note: The list of Configuration Manager sites appears in the results pane. Notice that there is only one site in this hierarchy, that being "MCM". 2. In the navigation pane, click Servers and Site System Roles. Note: The list of site systems in the site appears in the results pane. Notice that there is only one site system in the site, that being the site server. Notice also that the site system roles are displayed in the preview pane. There are six default roles installed on the site server. It is recommended in a production environment that the fallback status point be installed on its own site system, however in our lab we'll install this role on the site server computer. 3. On the Home tab of the Ribbon, click Add Site System Deploying Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Page 22

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