How to Install SCVMM Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1 Part 1

Installing System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1                         

Download SCVMM 2012 Book

SCVMM Project Plan
Install  a VM Windows Server 2012 on Hyper-V
Join Network/ Domain VMM01/ IP:
Prerequisites (Roles and Features, ADK 8.0)
Create Service Account
 (needs to be Domain Admin)
Distributed Key Management  (CN=VMMDKM,DC=ndic,  Permissions to This  Object and all descendant objects.

Install SQL Server 2012 SP1  (SQL 2012 SP1 Update SQLServer2012-KB2793634-x64)
Install SCVMM 2012 SP1 with the service account
Configuring SCVMM
Adding Hyper-V Cluster to VMM
Configuring Logical Networks on VMM
Creating Network Teaming of Two NIC 20GB of bandwidth
vNetwork Guest  all VLANS Assigned 

SCVMM 2012 Step by Step

Installation Summary

Features selected to be added
VMM management server
VMM console

Installation Location
C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012\Virtual Machine Manager\

Database Information
VirtualManagerDB database will be created on VMM01

Service Account

Communication Ports
8100 - Communication with the VMM console
5985 - Communication to agents on hosts and library servers
443 - File transfers to agents on hosts and library servers
8102 - Communication with Windows Deployment Services
8101 - Communication with Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE) agents
8103 - Communication with Windows PE agent for time synchronization

Library Share Name and Location

Using Microsoft Update

Now I need to register the SPN

Here how to;

The Service Principal Name (SPN) could not be registered in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) for the VMM management server.
1) Use setspn.exe to create SPN for vmmserver using following command "C:\Windows\system32\setspn.exe  -S SCVMM/ NDIC\svcvmm".
2) Add SPN values to following registry key "Software\Microsoft\Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager Server\Setup\VmmServicePrincipalNames".
3) Run "C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012\Virtual Machine Manager\setup\ConfigureSCPTool.exe -install" to configure SCP.

If SPN and SCP are not registered, VMM consoles on other computers will not be able to connect to this VMM management server and deploying a Hyper-V host to a bare-metal computer will not work.

Configure SCVMM

Open the VMM Console

Now go to Settings and then click General

Open Network Setting s and select Create Logical networks automatically

Open the User Roles  double click on Administrator and check the members make sure the service account is listed and Domain Admins

Ok and Close

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