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    Server Installation with SCCM 2010

    I am trying to do installation of Server with SCCM 2010 (System Center Configuration Manager). I have tried lot of things but was not successful in installing server. So thought to take some help from you members. I also don't know about the system requirements for server installation with SCCM 2010, so there are chances that hardware requirement may cause the problem. Please provide requirements for Server Installation with SCCM 2010 along with the procedures needed for installation. I am expecting some quick responses from you members as you always do.

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    Re: Server Installation with SCCM 2010

    The prerequisites necessary hardware to install Forefront Server EndPoint Protection are:
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Available disk space:
      • EFF server: 600 MB
      • Database EFF: 1.25 GB
      • Database reports EFF: 1.25 GB
    It should be noted that the requirements may vary depending on the roles or the load on the server.

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    Re: Server Installation with SCCM 2010

    The installation of infrastructure Forefront EndPoint Protection 2010 requires certain prerequisites from the following:
    • Operating system: Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later
    • No version of the EFF should be installed on the server
    • No other antivirus installed on the server
    • Windows Installer 3.1 or greater must be present
    • .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 must be installed
    • The SQL Server Requirements:
      • You can use: SQL Server 2005 SP3 Standard or Enterprise, SQL Server 2008 Standard or Enterprise, SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise.
      • The SPN (Service Principal Name) service account running SQL Server must be registered with the domain.
      • The service SQL Server Agent must be started and in automatic startup mode.
    • The user account performing the installation of VET will own the database and the following jobs:
      • FEPDB_XXX (database)
      • FEPDW_XXX (database)
      • FEP_DataWarehouseMaintenance_FEPDW_XXX (job)
      • FEP_DB_Maintenance_FEPDB_XXX (job)
      • FEP_GetNewData_FEPDW_XXX (job)
      • FEP_GetNewDataOnInstall_FEPDW_XXX (job)

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    Re: Server Installation with SCCM 2010

    System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Service Pack 2 must be installed with all default roles. The functionality of SCCM Reporting Services R2/R3 must be installed and properly configured. The Configuration Manager client agents must be enabled and configured:
    • Hardware Inventory
    • Advertised Programs
    • Desired Configuration Management
    To enable these agents, open the Administrative Console System Center Configuration Manager on the site where you want to install EndPoint Protection Forefront. Expand the Site Database tree => Website Management => <SITECODE> - <sitename> => Site Settings => Client Agents. Open the various agents mentioned above and make sure they are enabled and configured correctly. Machines where you install the extension components of the Configuration Manager Console Forefront EndPoint Protection 2007 to 2010 (this includes the console of the server site, the consoles on the positions of the directors ...) require the installation of KB2271736 order to ManagementClass add the WMI class.

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    Re: Server Installation with SCCM 2010

    Get sources Forefront EndPoint Protection 2010 in the architecture of the machine where you go to install the product. Run the executable ServerSetup.exe. Once the installation wizard open, complete the registration information of the product. On the next screen, accept the terms of the license agreement. The page offers the following installation options. There are 4 types of installation:
    • Basic Topology: This topology is the simplest. It allows the installation of all components (database, extending the SCCM site server, extending the console and reporting components) on the SCCM site server. It helps to centralize all the features on a single machine and reduces the configuration steps in the wizard.
    • Basic topology database with remote reporting facility allows the extension of the site server, the database EFF, the extension of the console, and components of reports on the current server. It does allow the offset of the database reporting (Data warehouse) to another machine.
    • Advanced topology allows complete customization of the installation. You can choose to distribute the roles as you see fit.
    • Install only Configuration Manager Console Extension for VET 2010 makes it possible to install only the extension Forefront EndPoint Protection 2010 for Configuration Manager 2007 console. This option is generally ready to allow administrators to script the solution to update the console on their desktop.

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    Re: Server Installation with SCCM 2010

    After installing Topology, you can choose what you want to install:
    • Configuration Manager 2010 Site Server EFF Extension: The extension to the EFF site server allows the addition of FEP collections, packages and programs, the baselines for the management of VET configurations desired. This installation option must be run on the SCCM site server.
    • EFF Alerts and Reporting 2010 allows the installation of monitoring components of the infrastructure EFF. If you do not install this component on the SCCM site server, you must configure DCOM permissions for adequate access to consoles.
    • Configuration Manager Console Extension for VET 2010 installs the necessary files to the integration of management components in the console System Center Configuration Manager 2007.
    The next page allows the configuration information from the database EFF. This must be installed on the same server / instance that hosts the Configuration Manager database. You can customize the name of the database EFF. The Reporting Configuration screen allows you to specify the information needed to install Reporting functionality. You can enter the server name, the instance and the name of the database that will host data reporting (Data warehouse). Finally you must specify the account information used by the report server to access the database Reporting EFF 2010. The next step lets you configure options for updating the product and program participation for improvement.

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    Re: Server Installation with SCCM 2010

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