In this blog post I will go through how to integrate System Center Orchestrator 1801 with System Center Operations Manager 1801.
- System Center Orchestrator 1801.
- System Center Operations Manager 1801.
- Integration Pack for System Center 2016 Operations Manager (download here).
- .NET Framework 3.5.
Integrating SCORCH with SCOM
- Let’s start by opening the Runbook Designer .
- Navigate to the Options menu in the upper right corner, then click SC 2016 Operations Manager.
- A Microsoft System Center Operations Manager Connections window will open.
- Since we have no connections from earlier, we will add a new one by clicking Add.
- A new Connection window will open up.
- Fill in a name for your connection, the SCOM server information and credentials that have access to your SCOM server.
- Once you have filled in everything you can test the connection by clicking Test Connection.
- If you get an error or a crash it means that you don’t have the .NET Framework 3.5 feature installed.
This requires you to have the .NET Framework 3.5 feature installed, see the bottom of this post on how to install it.
- If your test connection was successful, click OK to close it.
- You have now successfully created a connection between Orchestrator and Operations Manager, click Finish.
Now you are ready to start using your Integration Pack for System Center 2016 Operations Manager, enjoy!
Installing .NET Framework 3.5
- Open up the Server Manager and head to the upper left corner, click Manage and then click Add Roles and Features.
- A new Add Roles and Features wizard will open up, click Next to continue.
- Next choose the installation type, in this case it’s a role-based or feature-based installation so leave the default value and click Next to continue.
- Next choose the server you want to install the feature on, by default it’s your localhost, click Next to continue.
- In the following window you will get a list of all the roles available, since we want to install a feature which is on the next step just click Next to continue.
- In the features list, check the .NET Framework 3.5 Features box and then click Next to continue.
- This feature requires additional installation content, which can be found from a Windows Server image, mount up a Windows image to your server and then choose Specify an alternate source path.
- In the Path field select the drive you have your Windows image mounted and then add Sources\SxS\ behind it, for example like this: Z:\Sources\SxS\ and then click OK.
- We are now ready to install the .NET Framework 3.5 features, click Install to start the installation.
- Once the installation is complete click Close to finish the Roles and Features wizard.
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