On a physical server, 2012 R2 was installed and the Hyper-V role added. The server was called HV1. Two virtualized instances of Server 2012 R2 were created on HV1, and were called DC1 and RDSI1.
The DC1 has the AD, DNS, and DHCP, while RDSI1 has Remote Desktop Services and Remote Web server roles. So three Server 2012 R2 instances, two of which are virtualized, running on one physical box.
I would like to install System Center to create VM templates, etc.
1. Is there a step by step guide that shows exactly how to install System Center? the guides that I've seen seem to leave out major step and/or are 40 minute Youtube videos without any explanatory voiceover or documentation.
2. Based on this Technet article
and in particular this sentence there, "Don’t install System Center components, other than agents, on servers running Hyper-V. You can install System Center components in virtual machines.", it seems that I only have two computers available when four is whats needed.
Is this correct? Or can I install the bits needed for VM on my current setup?
3. If yes, is there a step by step guide to the correct process?