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Installing Operations Manager by Using the Command Prompt Window

Updated: November 1, 2013

Applies To: System Center 2012 - Operations Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Operations Manager

You can install features of Operations Manager by using the setup.exe command in the Command Prompt window. Gateway and agent installations require the use of MOMGateway.msi and MOMAgent.msi. You must ensure that all servers meet the minimum supported configuration requirements for System Center 2012 – Operations Manager. For more information, see System Requirements for System Center 2012 - Operations Manager.

Command-line Parameters

The following table lists the command-line parameters for installing features of Operations Manager.

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If the parameter contains a colon, a value is required. Otherwise, it is simply a switch.

 

Parameter Value

/silent

Does not display the installation wizard.

/install

Runs an installation. Use /components to indicate specific features to install.

/InstallPath

Runs an installation specifying an alternative location, to Change the default path for install to another drive. For example: /InstallPath: “D:\Program Files\System Center Operations Manager 2012” to change from the default location of drive C.

/components

OMServer: install a management server.

OMConsole: install an Operations console.

OMWebConsole: install a web console.

OMReporting: install a Reporting server.

/ManagementGroupName:

The name of the management group

/ManagementServicePort:

Change the Management Server port on install

/SqlServerInstance:

The SQL server and instance (<server\instance>).

/DatabaseName:

The name of the Operational database.

/DWSqlServerInstance:

The data warehouse server and instance (<server\instance>).

/DWDatabaseName:

The name of the data warehouse database.

/UseLocalSystemActionAccount

Used to specify the Local System for the Management server action account.

/ActionAccountUser:

The domain and user name of the Management server action account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System

/ActionAccountPassword:

The password for the Management server action account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System.

/UseLocalSystemDASAccount

Used to specify the Local System for the Data Access service account.

/DASAccountUser:

The domain and user name of the Data Access service account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System.

/DASAccountPassword:

The password for the Data Access service account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System.

/DataReaderUser:

The domain and user name of the data reader account.

/DataReaderPassword:

The password for the data reader account.

/DataWriterUser:

The domain and user name of the data writer account.

/DataWriterPassword:

The password for the data writer account.

/EnableErrorReporting:

Never: Do not opt in to sending automatic error reports.

Queued: Opt in to sending error reports, but queue the reports for review before sending.

Always: Opt in to automatically send error reports.

/SendCEIPReports:

0 : Do not opt in to the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP).

1 : Opt in to CEIP.

/UseMicrosoftUpdate:

0 : Do not opt in to Microsoft Update.

1 : Opt in to Microsoft Update.

/AcceptEndUserLicenseAgreement:

0 : Do not accept the End User License Agreement (EULA).

1 : Accept the End User License Agreement (EULA).

When performing a clean installation of System Center 2012 SP1 - Operations Manager, this switch is needed for all management servers. It is also needed for other scripted installations.

/ManagementServer

Used to specify the name of the management server associated with a web console and/or Reporting server that is not installed on a management server.

/WebSiteName:

The name of the website. For default web installation, specify "Default Web Site".

Used for web console installations.

/WebConsoleUseSSL

Specify only if your website has Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) activated.

Used for web console installations.

/WebConsoleAuthorizationMode:

Mixed: Used for intranet scenarios.

Network: Used for extranet scenarios.

Used for web console installations.

/SRSInstance

The reporting server and instance (<server\instance>).

Used for Reporting Server installations.

/SendODRReports:

0: Do not opt in to sending operational data reports.

1: opt in to sending operational data reports.

Used for Reporting Server Installations.

/uninstall

Uninstalls Operations Manager. Use /components to indicate specific features to uninstall. If /components is not specified, it will uninstall all features of Operations Manager on the server.

For examples of command lines for installing the various features of Operations Manager see the following:

See Also

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For additional resources, see Information and Support for System Center 2012.

Tip: Use this query to find online documentation in the TechNet Library for System Center 2012. For instructions and examples, see Search the System Center 2012 Documentation Library.
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