Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Perform HP SIM 7.3 installation on Windows Server 2012R2




You will see management installation, not only client one.
You can easily get and install client for managing 2012R2 Server from other machine.

Problem with SIM installation on 2012R2 Server is because of two things:
1.Setup application have to be run with compatibility settings
2.Server needs to have SQL Server installed

Installation of SIM 7.3 step by step.


First run of Setup.exe

Unsupported OS error

Change setup.exe compatibility settings to Windows7

Another try to install

There are no active SQL server instances





Download SQL Server Express (here 2012 version)

Choose components: here SQL x64 and Management Studio_x64

Perform a new installation of SQL Server 2012

Choose instance name: here HPSIM

Choose service accounts and services startup type

Choose authentication mode and administrator account(you have to add one)

It goes

Instance is yet stopped and disabled

Change startup type to automatic and start service

Installation of management tools

Installation succeded

Run SQL Management Studio

Choose database engine and instance (here:HPSIM)

Go to server properties

Check "Allow remote conections to this server" and close MMS

Configure firewall rule to allow SQL port (default is 1433)

Add TCP rule

Select zones. You can select only one, for example the domain

Restart SQL Server instance

Did you know how to run SQL Sever Confirutaion Manager on 2012R2 Server?
No? You need to run mmc first and add snap-in

Enable TCP/IP connection and select desired port. Default is set for 1433.
Now you can run wizard again or just go on with one which was waiting for SQL database.
For this warning, just click OK.

Installation is in progress at last.
Click Next
Select No, click Finish and restart the server when you want.


1 comment:

  1. Same version is being installed in my computer and I am willing to use it for a while for my working. The features in this version are never being seen in any version that I have seen in a while.

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