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OM12 RC – Deploying agents with Powershell

 

In the help file for Install-SCOMAgent there are 4 examples for deploying agents. I’ll describe the first two today. The first example will work in a small lab where the possibility of having admin rights on the OM12 system and the systems your deploying to is much more likely than in a production environment. The Server name should be in FQDN format or the get-scommanagementserver cmdlet will not return a value. While the agent is being deployed the Operations Manager Shell will only run that command till the agent install is completed, which should only take a few minutes to complete.

PS C:\> $PrimaryMgmtServer = Get-SCOMManagementServer -Name "omvnextqa03.qa.net"

PS C:\> Install-SCOMAgent -Name "Mdbqa01.qa.net" -PrimaryManagementServer $PrimaryMgmtServer

AgentOperation ErrorCode Description AgentName

————– ——— ———– ———

AgentInstall 0 The Operations Manager Ser… mdbqa01.qa.net

Example two worked well too. After executing the three lines of code, the server showed up in pending actions as the agent being installed. Line one allows you to enter credentials into a logon dialog box, that will be used to deploy the agents. Line two sets the primary management server. Don’t forget to use FQDN when specifying Management Server Names or agent names your deploying to. The third line installs the agent on machine MDBQA02 using the primary management Server from line two and the Action Account specified in line one.

$InstallAccount = Get-Credential

$PrimaryMgmtServer = Get-SCOMManagementServer -Name "omvnextqa03.qa.net"

Install-SCOMAgent -Name "MDBQA02.qa.net" -PrimaryManagementServer $PrimaryMgmtServer -ActionAccount $InstallAccount

Look for more in the near future.

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