System Center IPs and QIK for use with Orchestrator 2012 : Installation & Overview

Adam Hall, Senior Technical Product Manager for Orchestrator, just posted new Orchestrator Integration Packs for the System Center 2007/2008/2010 releases and the Quick Integration Kit (QIK).

Quick Integration Kit (QIK):
http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/B/2/9B262883-BDF9-465D-99A8-9836539F4323/Opalis_Quick_Integration_Kit.EXE

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1. System Center 2007/2008/2010 IPs direct download: http://download.microsoft.com/download/C/F/3/CF375506-F342-4974-B7B5-F06EFDEC159C/Opalis_SystemCenter_IntegrationPacks.EXE

2. Extract the files:image

3. Start the System Center Orchestrator Deployment Manager, right click on Integration Packs and select Register IP with the Orchestrator Management Server.image

4. Pass the welcome screen by clicking Next:image

5. Click on add and select the IPs that you extracted:image

6. Once all the Integration Packs added, click on Next:image

7. Validate the information and click on Finish:
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8. you will be prompt for license agreement, accept all of them:
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9. Confirm in the log of the console than all the IPs has been well imported:
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10. Go to Integration Packs view:
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11. Select all of them, right click and select Deploy IP to Runbook Server or Runbook Designer:
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12. Pass the Welcome screen:
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13. Select all the IPs that you want to deploy on your Runbook server/Runbook designer:
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14. Enter the name of your Runbook server/Runbook designer:
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15. If you want to deploy immediately, left the options unchanged:
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16. Review the information and click Finish:
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17. Deployment in progress:
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18. Confirm that the IPs has been well deployed on the Runbook Server/Designer:
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19. Start the System Center Orchestrator Runbook Designer and take a look to the new IPs:
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20. System Center Configuration Manager activities:
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21. System Center Operations Manager 2007 activities:
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22. System Center Service Manager activities:
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23. System Center Data Protection Manager activities:
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24. System Center Virtual Machine Manager activities:
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That’s all for this first overview Smile

Christopher KEYAERT

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About Christopher Keyaert

Christopher Keyaert is a Consultant, focused on helping partners to leverage the System Center and Microsoft Azure cloud platform. He is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Cloud and Data Center Management and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).
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