First published on TECHNET on Feb 23, 2015
We are pleased to announce that System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager (OpsMgr 2012 R2) now supports
SQL Server 2014 Enterprise, Standard (64-bit)
as its database. If you choose to use SQL 2014, below are a couple known issues and workarounds you’ll want to be aware of.
: Installation to a SQL 2014 cluster using Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) is blocked by SCOM 2012 setup.
: Deploy to a physical server and then use the documentation
to move the database to the CSV.
: Upgrade of SQL SRS is blocked due to SCOM 2012 use of Custom Security Extensions.
: Uninstall SCOM Reporting and run
to clear the custom security extensions. Once that is complete, upgrade SQL and install SCOM 2012 reporting again. Can find similar steps in the documentation
Suraj Suresh Guptha | Program Manager | Microsoft
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