System Center 2012 Operations Manager RTM Deployment Document

  Hi All :

  System Center 2012 Operations Manager released , Operations Manager 2012 enables you to monitor services, devices, and operations for many computers in a single console. Operators can gain rapid insight into the state of the IT environment and the IT services running across different systems and workloads by using numerous views that show state, health, and performance information, as well as alerts generated for availability, performance, configuration and security situations.

   This post i will to show you how to rapid deploy SC2012 OpsMgr RTM , including MS, Reporting , ACS and so on . You can reference enclosd document .




   Justin Gao

   Microsoft (China)

System Center 2012 Operations Manager RTM Deployment Document (Signle Server).pdf

Comments (9)

  1. Justin Gao says:

    Hi Vadim:

    Please use Adobe Reader X or above version.

  2. Justin Gao says:

    抱歉wbpluto , 请用Adobe Reader.

  3. RBogdan says:

    Hey Justin, congrats for all the great documents you provide ! Awesome job, immense help, thank you. 😉

    I wish you all the best, Best Regards.

  4. Justin Gao says:

     Hi Khalid:

     Just the opposite, you can reference this link :…/hh205990.aspx :

    Web Console part :


    You must install IIS before installing .NET Framework 4. If you installed IIS after installing .NET Framework 4, you must register ASP.NET 4.0 with IIS. Open a Command prompt window by using the Run As Administrator option, and then run the following command:

    %WINDIR%Microsoft.NETFramework64v4.0.30319aspnet_regiis.exe -r

     Enjoy !

  5. 黄俊伟 says:

    使用 Foxit Reader 程序打开文档提示需要密码,使用Adobe Reader 软件正常,是否可以解决一下?多谢  

  6. Khalid F. Al Khalili says:

    Hello Justin,

    Thank you for the efforts in creating this document, but I think there is a slight error. In the guide, it specified that IIS should be installed BEFORE .NET 4.0 (on P24), and that is to be followed by registration using the command specified on that page. However, if you install .NET 4.0 BEFORE IIS, there will be no need to run this command or register anything because after the installation of IIS, all the required parts will be registered and ready.

    Registration is only needed if you install IIS first.

    Thanks again for the documentation, much appreciated.

  7. Khalid F. Al Khalili says:

    Hello Justin,

    I just logged back to tell you that I realized I got it backwards and found that you beat me to it! Thanks again and apologies for the confusion. I am embarrassed! 🙂 I would hate to have my comment confuse a quick passerby, so please feel free to delete it, if you deem it necessary.

    Thank you.

  8. vadim says:


    Can u tell me please the password to the PDF?



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