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How to install and configure System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 | Config Mgr!!! To see the change is here !!!

Commentaires fermés avril 27th, 2010

Hi,

It is with great pleasure that I will detail installation and configuration of SCCM R3 with the bonus of screenshots of new features.

Before , lol,  download the Config Mgr R3 Version HERE :-)

Personaly, ma configuration is:

  • Windows 2008 R2 for DC Server
  • Windows 2003 SP3 for the R3 config Mgr 2007 Server (attention you have install the eval version of SCCM/ConfigMgr :-)
  • Sources Updates SCCM2007-SP2-KB977384Beta-X86-ENU.msi (contain in R3 package)
  • ConfigMgr07R3Eval_BETA_ENU_6479.exe (contain in R3 package)

Quick reminder of the contents of the R3:

System Requirements

The Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 Supported Configurations Help topic (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=164940) contains information about hardware and software requirements and unsupported configurations and is available in the Configuration Manager Documentation Library.

The following section provides changes to supported configurations introduced by Configuration Manager 2007 R3 Beta that are not in the Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 Supported Configurations topic.

Changes to Supported Configurations

Note the following changes to supported configurations for Configuration Manager 2007 R3 Beta:

  • Supported installation paths: Configuration Manager 2007 R3 Beta can be installed on the following versions of Configuration Manager 2007:
    • Configuration Manager 2007 SP2
    • Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 with Configuration Manager 2007 R2
  • Operating systems supported by Power Management: The following operating systems are supported by the power management feature in Configuration Manager 2007 R3 Beta:
    Operating System Edition Service Pack System Architecture
    Windows XP Professional Edition SP2 or SP3 x86
    Windows XP for 64-bit Systems SP2 or SP3 x64
    Windows Vista Business, Enterprise, or Ultimate Edition no service pack, SP1, or SP2 x86 or x64
    Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate Edition

Let’s GO!!

1-Start the Install!!!! :-)

2-Start install of SCCM2007-SP2-KB977384Beta-X86-ENU.msi

3-Clic on Next

4-Accept the licence terms and clic Next

5-Clic on Install

6-You can see that all ConfigMgr services are stop for install the SCCM2007-SP2-KB977384Beta-X86-ENU.msi and four process msiexec start… :-)

7-Install SCCM2007-SP2-KB977384Beta-X86-ENU.msi Finish, cool! lol, clic on Finish

8-Start install of ConfigMgr07R3Eval_BETA_ENU_6479.exe

9-Mshta start …

10-Attention, close all mmc.exe process before install ConfigMgr07R3Eval_BETA_ENU_6479.exe

11-Accept the licence terms and clic Next

13-Clic Next

14-Clic Next

15-Install in progress…

16-YEAAHHHHH install is Finish, clic on…

17-For verify the R3 install, see the site properties in Config Mgr Console.

18-Cool, Here are the new dynamic collection (see the option in second and third copy screen = Dynamically add new ressources)

A-Dynamic Collection Evaluation. Allows you to more rapidly evaluate a collection membership by adding only newly discovered resources.

20-Dynamically add new ressources after clic on collection properties:

21-Tab Energy management

Power Management. Provides a set of tools to allow the site administrator to configure standard Windows power settings across computers

In my next post, in my next post I will detail the prestaged OS deployment …

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Known Issues with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 Beta

This section provides the most up-to-date information about issues with Configuration Manager 2007 R3 Beta. These issues do not appear in the product documentation, and in some cases may contradict existing product documentation. Whenever possible, these issues will be addressed in later releases.

Configuration Manager Clients Do Not Enter Sleep Mode When a Power Plan is Applied

There are known issues that might prevent a Configuration Manager 2007 R3 client from going into sleep mode even when a power plan has been successfully applied on the client. For example, the following might prevent a client from entering sleep mode:

  • A process on the client computer is busy.
  • External USB devices are connected to the computer which prevents it from entering sleep mode.
  • Generic video drivers are installed on the computer.
  • The computer does not support sleep states, or the ability to sleep is not enabled in the computer BIOS.

Setting the Lid Close Action to Shut Down on Computers Running Windows XP is Not Supported

If you apply a power plan setting the Lid close action to shut down to computers running Windows XP, the computer will not shut down when the lid is closed. This is because Windows XP power management does not support the Lid close action.

Configuration Manager clients do not enter sleep mode when a power plan is applied.

WORKAROUND    None.

The Computer Does Not Wake Up if Wakeup Time is applied in a Power Plan

If WakeUp timers are disabled in the operating system, then power plans that set the Wakeup time value will not wake the computer from sleep.

WORKAROUND    Enable Wakeup timers in the client computer operating system. Use the Power Capabilities report to identify computers that have disabled Wakeup timers.

Wakeup Time Setting in the Power Plan Properties Dialog Box Does Not Wake Laptop Computers

The site administrator can set a wake up time for computers to resume from sleep mode and install critical updates. This setting does not wake laptop computers from sleep mode to avoid waking computers that might be running on battery power.

WORKAROUND    None.

You Cannot Enable Hibernate in a Power Plan When Hybrid Sleep is Enabled.

Hybrid sleep saves open programs to memory before placing the computer in a low power state. When hybrid sleep is enabled in a power plan, you cannot also select hibernate as part of the power plan.

Note
By default, hybrid sleep is disabled on laptop computers to avoid draining the battery.

WORKAROUND    None.

Bye bye