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I am installing System Center 2012 R2. I have installed SQL 2012 R2 with all the default values. I have installed and confirmed all the prerequisites have passed. I am installing everything on a single server which is running Windows 2012 R2 Datacenter.

During the installation everything goes fine. For both the operational database and database wharehouse I enter just the server name in the field for Server Name and Instance Name. Both of these are accepted.

When I get to the next section SQL Server Instance for Reporting Services there is the drop down to select the SQL Server Instance. I am presented with only one option which is the same name of my server. However when I select this it is not accepted. I get the RED X.

I have disabled the windows firewall, confirm that system center 2012 R2 and SQL Server 2012 R2 are compatible.

Has anyone entered the same problem.
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by:Infamus
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It should give you the explanation when you hover the mouse point over to the red X.
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by:carloc
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The is explanation given, but I have confirmed that System Center 2012 R2 works with SQL 2012 R2. Windows firewall is also turned off.

The installed version of SQL Server could not be verified or is not supported. Verify that the computer and the installed version of SQL Server meet the minimum requirements for installation, and that the firewall settings are correct. See the Supported Configurations document for further information.
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Try this...

To resolve this problem, open a Command Prompt window, select Run as administrator, and then run the following command. In the command, replace the <path> placeholder with the location of SQL Server:
mofcomp.exe “<path>\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Shared\sqlmgmproviderxpsp2up.mof”.
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by:carloc
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Infamus, I ran the command that you have given. The command completed succesfully. The only difference is that I could only find the sqlmgmproviderxp2pup.mof file in the following path. I found it in the 110 directory and not the 100 directory.

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Shared

However when I tried to install the Reporting services for System Center I got the same result as before.
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by:Infamus
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Can you go over these steps and make sure you are following the correct steps?

http://ajituelegi.wordpress.com/2012/12/01/scom-2012-installation-part-ii/
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by:Infamus
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Also take a look at the installation logs located in %LocalAppData%\SCOM\Logs
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by:carloc
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Infamus,
thanks for your advice. I have finished installing all other components for System Center 2012. Since I don't think that the reporting feature is going to be a show stopper I will be waiting a while before trying to install this.

I checked the log files and there where no error messages that helped with this problem.
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by:carloc
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Thanks for your help with the installation. I finished it a while back but forgot to close out my question.
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