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Operations Manager Installation

Hi guys, i'm preparing a server to install Operations Manager 2.2, and in a part of the documentation it says this requirement: "The system where Operations Manager is to be installed must be configured for DNS". Does it mean that the server has to be a DNS server or it has to have DNS servers configured at ip network settings.

I'm attaching the Installation Guide, so you can see this requirement on page 33.

file:///D:/Datos%20de%20Usuarios/u22311/BCP/Trabajos/Trabajos%20Pendientes/2010%2009%2022%20Operations%20Manager/CUOM_installguide.pdf

Thanks,

Luis Felipe

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Re: Operations Manager Installation

Hi Luis,

It means you should have a DNS server available somewhere in your network to resolve all hostnames. No need to have the DNS running on the OM itself.

Regards,

Marina

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Re: Operations Manager Installation

Hi Luis,

It means you should have a DNS server available somewhere in your network to resolve all hostnames. No need to have the DNS running on the OM itself.

Regards,

Marina

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Re: Operations Manager Installation

Thanks Marina!

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