Update Rollup 9 for System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager available

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Microsoft has released Update Rollup 9 for System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager recently. Here you can find all the infos:

New Features

With UR 9 for Operations Manager 2012 R2 you have APM support for IIS 10 and Windows Server 2016.

IMPORTANT: This is not shipped within UR9 and has to be downloaded manually:

Microsoft.Windows.InternetInformationServices.2016.mp

Fixed Issues

Some known issues got fixed with the actual update rollup

  • MOMAgent cannot validate RunAs Account if only RODC is available
  • SCOM Agent issue while logging Operations Management Suite (OMS) communication failure
  • some APM issues

Installation

Update packages for Operations Manager are available from Windows Update or by manual download from the Microsoft Update Catalog.

Please remember: Backup first!!!

Some hints before updating (please read the full KB first!):

  • You must run this update rollup as an administrator
  • Do not install this update rollup package immediately after you install the System Center 2012 R2 server. Otherwise, the Health Service state may not be initialized
  • You must have System Administrator rights on the database instances for the Operational Database and Data warehouse to apply updates to these databases

Please follow this order when updating:

  1. Install UR9 in the follwing order
    • Management server or server
    • Gateway Servers
    • Web console server role computers
    • Operations console role computers
  2. Run SQL Script “UR_Datawarehouse.sql” from “%SystemDrive%\Program Files\System Center 2012 R2\Operations Manager\Server\SQL Script for Update Rollups”
  3. Run SQL Script “Update_rollup_mom_db.sql”
  4. Import Management Packs

More Info

Here you can find the original KB:

3129774 Update Rollup 9 for System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager

So: Happy Patching

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