Hey Checkyourlogs fans,

 

Today I have commenced work on our newest book Deploying System Center Data Protection Manager featuring version 1801. As part of the book we are going to use once again, our BigDemo series of scripts to deploy the lab. I thought this time it would be fun to show off the script in action as I am building the environment necessary for the lab.

 

You can grab a copy of the scripts as I build them here:

https://github.com/dkawula/Deploying-System-Center-Data-Protection-Manager-1801/blob/master/BigDemo_DPM.ps1


 

I Installed 2 x Domain Controllers, SCVMM, SCOM, S2D Nested Nodes and a Base Server for the DPM Install. Everything in the lab has been configured except for DPM as we will show that off in the book.

I love the BIGDemo scripts because they completely hydrate my environment now in <2 Hours including the SQL Builds and base servers. The SCOM, SCVMM, DHCP, and extra Domain Controller will make great VM’s for me to install the DPM Agent on and the S2D Nodes can be used for my Host Based Backups.

I’m really looking forward to getting this book written as it is extremely relevant for many businesses today. For the book publishing we will be publishing content in flight on this book as it is ready on www.leanpub.com. So, stay tuned…. Here are a few more base screen shots from the lab I built out this morning…


 

 

Oh, did I forget to mention that I have been building these labs out on Azure using Nested Hyper-V… Well now you know!!

 

Here is the output of the execution from the script today:

 

PS F:\dcbuild_test> .\BigDemo_DPM.ps1

 

cmdlet BigDemo_DPM.ps1 at command pipeline position 1

Supply values for the following parameters:

WorkingDir: f:\dcbuild_test

Organization: MVPDays Rockstars

Owner: MVPDays RockStars

Timezone: Mountain Standard Time

adminPassword: P@ssw0rd

domainName: MVPDays.com

domainAdminPassword: P@ssw0rd

virtualSwitchName: MVPDays_Test_Vswitch

Subnet: 172.16.100.

virtualNATSwitchName: InternalNATSwitch5

ExtraLabfilesSource: c:\

4:44 PM – [Host]::Getting started…

4:44 PM – [Host]::Building Base Images

4:44 PM – [Host]::Downloading January 2018 CU for Windows Server 2016

4:44 PM – [DC01]::Removing old VM

4:44 PM – [DC01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:44 PM – [DC01]::Creating virtual machine

4:44 PM – [DC01]::Starting virtual machine

4:44 PM – [DC02]::Removing old VM

4:44 PM – [DC02]::Creating new differencing disk

4:44 PM – [DC02]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [DC02]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [DHCP01]::Removing old VM

4:45 PM – [DHCP01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:45 PM – [DHCP01]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [DHCP01]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [Management01]::Removing old VM

4:45 PM – [Management01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:45 PM – [Management01]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [Management01]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [Router01]::Removing old VM

4:45 PM – [Router01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:45 PM – [Router01]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [Router01]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [VMM01]::Removing old VM

4:45 PM – [VMM01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:45 PM – [VMM01]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [VMM01]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [SCOM01]::Removing old VM

4:45 PM – [SCOM01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:45 PM – [SCOM01]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [SCOM01]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [DPM01]::Removing old VM

4:45 PM – [DPM01]::Creating new differencing disk

4:45 PM – [DPM01]::Creating virtual machine

4:45 PM – [DPM01]::Starting virtual machine

4:45 PM – [DC01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DC01]:: Setting IP Address to 172.16.100.1

[DC01]:: Setting DNS Address

[DC01]:: Renaming OS to “DC01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-8AKIE270.

[DC01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

 

4:49 PM – [DC01]::Rebooting

4:49 PM – [DC01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

#text

—–

true

true

true

true

true

true

[DC01]:: Configuring Default Gateway

VERBOSE: Performing operation “New” on Target “NetRoute -DestinationPrefix 0.0.0.0/0 -InterfaceIndex 3 -NextHop

172.16.100.254 -Store Active”

VERBOSE: Performing operation “New” on Target “NetRoute -DestinationPrefix 0.0.0.0/0 -InterfaceIndex 3 -NextHop

172.16.100.254 -Store Persistent”

 

 

[DC01]:: Installing AD

[DC01]:: Enabling Active Directory and promoting to domain controller

WARNING: Windows Server 2016 domain controllers have a default for the security setting named “Allow cryptography

algorithms compatible with Windows NT 4.0″ that prevents weaker cryptography algorithms when establishing security

channel sessions.

 

For more information about this setting, see Knowledge Base article 942564

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104751).

 

WARNING: A delegation for this DNS server cannot be created because the authoritative parent zone cannot be found or it

does not run Windows DNS server. If you are integrating with an existing DNS infrastructure, you should manually

create a delegation to this DNS server in the parent zone to ensure reliable name resolution from outside the domain

“MVPDays.com”. Otherwise, no action is required.

 

WARNING: Windows Server 2016 domain controllers have a default for the security setting named “Allow cryptography

algorithms compatible with Windows NT 4.0″ that prevents weaker cryptography algorithms when establishing security

channel sessions.

 

For more information about this setting, see Knowledge Base article 942564

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104751).

 

WARNING: A delegation for this DNS server cannot be created because the authoritative parent zone cannot be found or it

does not run Windows DNS server. If you are integrating with an existing DNS infrastructure, you should manually

create a delegation to this DNS server in the parent zone to ensure reliable name resolution from outside the domain

“MVPDays.com”. Otherwise, no action is required.

 

 

4:52 PM – [DC01]::Rebooting

4:52 PM – [DC01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

[DC01]:: Installing ADCS

4:55 PM – [DC01]::Rebooting

4:58 PM – [DHCP01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DHCP01]:: Setting IP Address to 172.16.100.3

[DHCP01]:: Setting DNS Address

[DHCP01]:: Renaming OS to “DHCP01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-PHMGN3LV.

[DHCP01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

4:58 PM – [DHCP01]::Rebooting

4:58 PM – [DHCP01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DHCP01]:: Configuring Default Gateway

VERBOSE: Performing operation “New” on Target “NetRoute -DestinationPrefix 0.0.0.0/0 -InterfaceIndex 4 -NextHop

172.16.100.254 -Store Active”

VERBOSE: Performing operation “New” on Target “NetRoute -DestinationPrefix 0.0.0.0/0 -InterfaceIndex 4 -NextHop

172.16.100.254 -Store Persistent”

 

 

[DHCP01]:: Installing DHCP

[DHCP01]:: Joining domain as “DHCP01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer DHCP01.

5:03 PM – [DHCP01]::Rebooting

5:03 PM – [DHCP01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

[DHCP01]:: Waiting for name resolution

[DHCP01]:: Configuring DHCP Server

5:04 PM – [DHCP01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

5:05 PM – [DC01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

[DC01]:: Creating user account for Dave

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_SQL

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_DPM

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_VMM

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_OMSVC

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_OMACCESS

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_OMREADER

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_OMWRITER

[DC01]:: Creating user account for SVC_Veeam

[DC01]:: Creating user account for MVPDays-Admin

[DC01]:: Enabling Active Directory Certificate Enterprise Root CA with SHA 256

VERBOSE: Calling InitializeDefaults method on the setup object.

VERBOSE: Certification Authority will be installed with a new key.

VERBOSE: Setting the AllowAdministratorInteraction property to False.

VERBOSE: Setting the CAType property to EnterpriseRootCA.

VERBOSE: Setting the CryptoProviderName, HashAlgorithmName and KeyLength with ECDSA_P256#Microsoft Software Key Storage

Provider, SHA256 and 256 respectively.

VERBOSE: Performing the operation “Install-AdcsCertificationAuthority” on target “DC01”.

VERBOSE: Calling install method.

 

5:07 PM – [DC01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

[]:: Configuring NAT on the Hyper-V Internal Switch “TECHMENTORHV04”

Internal NAT Switch Found

5:07 PM – [Router01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[Router01]:: Setting IP Address to 172.16.100.254

[Router01]:: Setting DNS Address

[Router01]:: Renaming OS to “Router01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-53BG2D7N.

[Router01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

5:07 PM – [Router01]::Rebooting

5:07 PM – [Router01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[Router01]:: Joining domain as “ROUTER01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer Router01.

[]:: Setting InternetIP Address to 192.168.10.254

[]:: Configuring Default Gateway

VERBOSE: Performing operation “New” on Target “NetRoute -DestinationPrefix 0.0.0.0/0 -InterfaceIndex 8 -NextHop

192.168.10.1 -Store Active”

VERBOSE: Performing operation “New” on Target “NetRoute -DestinationPrefix 0.0.0.0/0 -InterfaceIndex 8 -NextHop

192.168.10.1 -Store Persistent”

 

 

[]:: Installing RRAS

[]:: Coniguring RRAS – Adding Internal and External Adapters

[]:: Configuring NAT – Lab is now Internet Enabled

[]:: Disable FireWall

[Router01]:: Adjusting RAM and Processors

5:14 PM – [Management01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[Management01]:: Renaming OS to “Management01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-FCO9A5O5.

[Management01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

5:14 PM – [Management01]::Rebooting

5:14 PM – [Management01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[Management01]:: Management tools

[Management01]:: Joining domain as “MANAGEMENT01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer Management01.

5:15 PM – [Management01]::Rebooting

5:16 PM – [VMM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[VMM01]:: Renaming OS to “VMM01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-E5T0FVLA.

[VMM01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

5:16 PM – [VMM01]::Rebooting

5:16 PM – [VMM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[VMM01]:: Management tools

[VMM01]:: Joining domain as “VMM01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer VMM01.

 

 

 

WARNING: Additional configuration may be required. Review the article Managing WSUS Using PowerShell at TechNet Library

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=235499) for more information on the recommended steps to perform WSUS

installation using PowerShell.

 

 

Log file is located at C:\Users\Administrator.MVPDAYS\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp6DCA.tmp

Post install is starting

Post install has successfully completed

VERBOSE: Get WSUS Server Object

VERBOSE: Connect to WSUS server configuration

VERBOSE: Set to download updates from Microsoft Updates

 

The Update Server was successfully configured with the following parameters:

Synchronize from Microsoft Update

VERBOSE: Set Update Languages to English and save configuration settings

VERBOSE: Get WSUS Subscription and perform initial synchronization to get latest categories

………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

….VERBOSE: Sync is Done

VERBOSE: Disable Products

VERBOSE: Enable Products

VERBOSE: Disable Language Packs

VERBOSE: Configure the Classifications

VERBOSE: Configure Synchronizations

VERBOSE: Set synchronization scheduled for midnight each night

VERBOSE: Kick Off Synchronization

VERBOSE: Monitor Progress of Synchronisation

<<<Connected sucessfully >>>

Total Declined Updates: 0

[VMM01]:: Adjusting RAM and Processors

5:32 PM – [VMM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

[VMM01]:: Creating SQL Install INI File

 

[VMM01]:: Adding Drive for SQL Install

 

 

[VMM01]:: Copying SQL ISO to the new VHDx

[VMM01]:: Copying SQLInstall.ini to the new VHDx

[VMM01]:: Copying SSMS to the new VHDx

[]:: Adding the new VHDx for the SQL Install

E:

[]:: Mounting SQL ISO

[]:: Configuring WIndows Firewall for SQL New Rules

 

[]:: Running SQL Unattended Install

F:

Microsoft .NET Framework CasPol 4.6.1586.0

for Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.6.1586.0

Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

WARNING: The .NET Framework does not apply CAS policy by default. Any settings

shown or modified by CasPol will only affect applications that opt into using

CAS policy.

 

Please see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=131738 for more information.

 

 

Success

Microsoft .NET Framework CasPol 4.6.1586.0

for Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.6.1586.0

Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

WARNING: The .NET Framework does not apply CAS policy by default. Any settings

shown or modified by CasPol will only affect applications that opt into using

CAS policy.

 

Please see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=131738 for more information.

 

 

Success

SQL Server 2016 transmits information about your installation experience, as well as other usage and performance data,

o Microsoft to help improve the product. To learn more about SQL Server 2016 data processing and privacy controls, plea

e see the Privacy Statement.

Microsoft (R) SQL Server 2016 13.00.4001.00

 

Copyright (c) 2016 Microsoft. All rights reserved.

 

 

[VMM01]:: Downloading SSMS

Transcript started, output file is \SSMS-Install.log

[VMM01]:: Script started at 02/19/2018 17:39:22

[VMM01]:: Installing SSMS

Transcript stopped, output file is F:\SSMS-Install.log

Dismount-DiskImage : Cannot bind argument to parameter ‘ImagePath’ because it is null.

At F:\dcbuild_test\BigDemo_DPM.ps1:1296 char:28

+ Dismount-DiskImage $iso.FullName

+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

+ CategoryInfo : InvalidData: (:) [Dismount-DiskImage], ParameterBindingValidationException

+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentValidationErrorNullNotAllowed,Dismount-DiskImage

 

5:47 PM – [VMM01]::Rebooting

5:47 PM – [VMM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

5:47 PM – [SCOM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[SCOM01]:: Renaming OS to “SCOM01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-OLRUCLBQ.

[SCOM01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

5:47 PM – [SCOM01]::Rebooting

5:47 PM – [SCOM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[SCOM01]:: Management tools

[SCOM01]:: Joining domain as “SCOM01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer SCOM01.

[SCOM01]:: Adding Drive for SCOM Install

 

 

[SCOM01]:: Copying SCOM 1801 EXE to the new VHDx

[]:: Adding the new VHDx for the SCOM Install

[]:: Downloading SQLSysCLRTypes.MSI

[]:: Downloading ReportViewer.msi

[]:: Enabling Feature AuthManager

 

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool

Version: 10.0.14393.0

 

Image Version: 10.0.14393.0

 

Enabling feature(s)

 

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The operation completed successfully.

[]:: Enabling Other Features for SCOM 1801

 

 

[]:: Installing SQLSYSCLRTypes

[]:: Installing ReportViewer

[]:: Extracting SCOM 1801

[]:: Installing SCOM 1801

6:10 PM – [DPM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DPM01]:: Renaming OS to “DPM01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-SSCBPJNE.

[DPM01]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

6:10 PM – [DPM01]::Rebooting

6:10 PM – [DPM01]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DPM01]:: Management tools

[DPM01]:: Joining domain as “DPM01”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer DPM01.

[DPM01]:: Installing VMM

[VMM01]:: Adding Drive for VMM Install

 

 

[VMM01]:: Copying VMM 1801 EXE to the new VHDx

[VMM01]:: Copying ADK to the new VHDx

[]:: Adding the new VHDx for the VMM Install

[]:: Downloading ADK

Transcript started, output file is F:\ADK_Install.log

[]:: Script started at 02/19/2018 11:12:12

[]:: Installing ADK…

[]:: ADK Is being installed…

[]:: ADK install finished at 02/19/2018 11:18:52 and took 6.661862055 Minutes

Transcript stopped, output file is F:\ADK_Install.log

Transcript started, output file is F:\SCVMM_Install.log

[]:: Waiting for VMM Install to Extract

[]:: Installing VMM

[]:: VMM Is Being Installed

[]:: VMM has been Installed

Transcript stopped, output file is F:\SCVMM_Install.log

6:26 PM – [DC02]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DC02]:: Setting IP Address to 172.16.100.2

[DC02]:: Setting DNS Address

[DC02]:: Renaming OS to “DC02”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-5B0RCM7K.

[DC02]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

6:26 PM – [DC02]::Rebooting

6:26 PM – [DC02]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[DC02]:: Installing AD

[DC02]:: Joining domain as “DC02”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer DC02.

6:28 PM – [DC02]::Rebooting

6:28 PM – [DC02]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

[DC02]:: Waiting for name resolution

[DC02]:: Enabling Active Directory and promoting to domain controller

WARNING: Windows Server 2016 domain controllers have a default for the security setting named “Allow cryptography

algorithms compatible with Windows NT 4.0″ that prevents weaker cryptography algorithms when establishing security

channel sessions.

 

For more information about this setting, see Knowledge Base article 942564

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104751).

 

WARNING: A delegation for this DNS server cannot be created because the authoritative parent zone cannot be found or it

does not run Windows DNS server. If you are integrating with an existing DNS infrastructure, you should manually

create a delegation to this DNS server in the parent zone to ensure reliable name resolution from outside the domain

“MVPDays.com”. Otherwise, no action is required.

 

WARNING: Windows Server 2016 domain controllers have a default for the security setting named “Allow cryptography

algorithms compatible with Windows NT 4.0″ that prevents weaker cryptography algorithms when establishing security

channel sessions.

 

For more information about this setting, see Knowledge Base article 942564

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104751).

 

WARNING: A delegation for this DNS server cannot be created because the authoritative parent zone cannot be found or it

does not run Windows DNS server. If you are integrating with an existing DNS infrastructure, you should manually

create a delegation to this DNS server in the parent zone to ensure reliable name resolution from outside the domain

“MVPDays.com”. Otherwise, no action is required.

 

 

6:29 PM – [DC02]::Rebooting

6:30 PM – [S2D1]::Removing old VM

6:30 PM – [S2D1]::Creating new differencing disk

6:30 PM – [S2D1]::Creating virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D1]::Starting virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D2]::Removing old VM

6:30 PM – [S2D2]::Creating new differencing disk

6:30 PM – [S2D2]::Creating virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D2]::Starting virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D3]::Removing old VM

6:30 PM – [S2D3]::Creating new differencing disk

6:30 PM – [S2D3]::Creating virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D3]::Starting virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D4]::Removing old VM

6:30 PM – [S2D4]::Creating new differencing disk

6:30 PM – [S2D4]::Creating virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D4]::Starting virtual machine

6:30 PM – [S2D4]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

6:33 PM – [S2D1]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D1]:: Renaming OS to “S2D1”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-LTTARI00.

[S2D1]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

6:33 PM – [S2D1]::Rebooting

6:33 PM – [S2D1]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

 

 

6:34 PM – [S2D1]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D1]:: Installing Clustering

WARNING: You must restart this server to finish the installation process.

[S2D1]:: Joining domain as “S2D1”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer S2D1.

6:36 PM – [S2D1]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

6:36 PM – [S2D1]::Rebooting

6:37 PM – [S2D2]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D2]:: Renaming OS to “S2D2”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-EIPHIU2T.

[S2D2]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

6:37 PM – [S2D2]::Rebooting

6:37 PM – [S2D2]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

 

 

6:38 PM – [S2D2]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D2]:: Installing Clustering

WARNING: You must restart this server to finish the installation process.

[S2D2]:: Joining domain as “S2D2”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer S2D2.

6:40 PM – [S2D2]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

6:40 PM – [S2D2]::Rebooting

6:41 PM – [S2D3]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D3]:: Renaming OS to “S2D3”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-RBS9TCT4.

[S2D3]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

6:41 PM – [S2D3]::Rebooting

6:41 PM – [S2D3]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

 

 

6:42 PM – [S2D3]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D3]:: Installing Clustering

WARNING: You must restart this server to finish the installation process.

[S2D3]:: Joining domain as “S2D3”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer S2D3.

6:44 PM – [S2D3]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

6:44 PM – [S2D3]::Rebooting

6:44 PM – [S2D4]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D4]:: Renaming OS to “S2D4”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer THOMAS-TP6ILQI0.

[S2D4]:: Configuring WSMAN Trusted hosts

true

true

true

true

true

true

6:44 PM – [S2D4]::Rebooting

6:45 PM – [S2D4]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

 

 

6:45 PM – [S2D4]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using Administrator)

[S2D4]:: Installing Clustering

WARNING: You must restart this server to finish the installation process.

[S2D4]:: Joining domain as “S2D4”

WARNING: The changes will take effect after you restart the computer S2D4.

6:47 PM – [S2D4]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

6:47 PM – [S2D4]::Rebooting

6:48 PM – [S2D4]::Waiting for PowerShell Direct (using MVPDays.com\Administrator)

WARNING: There were issues while creating the clustered role that may prevent it from starting. For more information

view the report file below.

WARNING: Report file location: C:\Windows\cluster\Reports\Create Cluster Wizard S2DCluster on 2018.02.19 At

12.01.58.htm

 

 

Windows IP Configuration

 

Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.

 

Windows IP Configuration

 

Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.

 

Windows IP Configuration

 

Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.

 

Windows IP Configuration

 

Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.

WARNING: 2018/02/19-12:04:21.859 Node S2D3: No disks found to be used for cache

WARNING: 2018/02/19-12:04:21.895 Node S2D1: No disks found to be used for cache

WARNING: 2018/02/19-12:04:21.910 Node S2D4: No disks found to be used for cache

WARNING: 2018/02/19-12:04:21.924 Node S2D2: No disks found to be used for cache

WARNING: 2018/02/19-12:04:21.978 C:\Windows\Cluster\Reports\Enable-ClusterS2D on 2018.02.19-12.04.21.978.htm

 

 

7:05 PM – [Done]::Done!

 

 

PS F:\dcbuild_test>

 

 

 

As always à Happy Learning and hope you enjoy this script and the upcoming book.

 

Dave Kawula – Microsoft MVP

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