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How to Install Operations Manager 2007 on Windows Server 2008

Posted on 2010-04-03
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I am going to install System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1 on Windows Server 2008 64Bit. I already installed SQL server 2005 SP1, when starting to install SCOPM and checking System Prerequisites it giving SQL server 2005 Sp1 failed, how can I pass over that? Are there is another system prerequisites needed on Windows 2008 64 Bit for SCOPM? Please help me in this
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by:Mike Thomas
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I am pretty sure SCCM and SCOM require sp2 on sql 2005.

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FYI, I have installed SQL SP2 also I face the same, it gives "Could not get SQL Server instance names"
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Yes I have tried this. I applied Windows Server 2K8 SP2. Same problem i face with Windows Server 2K8 64BIT. Please help
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Sound more like a permission or access  issue "Could not get SQL Server instance names".
Check your account permission for access on the database/sql server and check your firewall for access to the machine and/or database instance of the machines.

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is there any other application running on the same W2K8 or installed before? better do a pilot install first on a CLEAN W2K8 machine for test.

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