Every IT guy should have testing environment, and things should not be tested in production. This is where Windows Server 2012 R2 Evaluation version is great help. I use Server 2012 R2 Evaluation versions in all of my LABs.
This LAB will be covering installation and configuration of HP Proliant G8/G9 agentless monitoring with System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2012 R2.
I already covered installation of SCOM here – https://www.informaticar.net/?p=2360
In this LAB, I`ll be covering installation of HP components for SCOM and configuration in both SCOM and on HP Proliant Server I want to monitor.
This LAB assumes that you already have Windows Server 2012 R2 installations in place. For this installation I`m using two instances of Windows Server 2012 R2.
One instance is Domain Controller (you should set up Domain Controller and DNS server) and the other will be System Center Operations Manager Server (installation of which this tutorial will be covering)
So, you installed hMailServer on your Windows Server 2012 R2 but there is no webmail interface. You can install mail on your mobile phone client or PC client, but there is no web interface that comes with hMailServer installation.
You have a small business and you would like to host your own email server but you don`t have enough money for mail solutions like Microsoft Exchange. There is hope. hMailServer is great (and free) solution for simple email server . In this tutorial I`ll show you everything you need to know to install and configure your own mail server.