Add SCCM 2012 OS roles and features with powershell.

This must be the easiest way to install all the OS roles and features when prepearing a new server for SCCM 2012. I tested this on a fresh install of Windows Server 2008 R2 and it works like a charm.

 

# add Windows Features Required for SCCM Site Server

# add Server Manager CMDLETS
Import-Module servermanager

# add Windows Features Required for SCCM Site Server
Add-WindowsFeature WAS-Process-Model
Add-WindowsFeature WAS-Config-APIs
Add-WindowsFeature WAS-Net-Environment
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Server
Add-WindowsFeature Web-ISAPI-Ext
Add-WindowsFeature Web-ISAPI-Filter
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Net-Ext
Add-WindowsFeature Web-ASP-Net
Add-WindowsFeature Web-ASP
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Windows-Auth
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Basic-Auth
Add-WindowsFeature Web-URL-Auth
Add-WindowsFeature Web-IP-Security
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Scripting-Tools
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Mgmt-Service
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Lgcy-Scripting
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Lgcy-Mgmt-Console
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Stat-Compression
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Metabase
Add-WindowsFeature Web-WMI
Add-WindowsFeature Web-HTTP-Redirect
Add-WindowsFeature Web-Log-Libraries
Add-WindowsFeature Web-HTTP-Tracing
Add-WindowsFeature BITS-IIS-Ext
Add-WindowsFeature Net-Framework-Core
Add-WindowsFeature RDC

Thanks to Andrew Craig for this powershell script. Be sure to visit his blog for more info on config manager.

Anders Rødland

Anders Rødland started his IT career in 2006. My main focus is MS Configuration Manager and client management, and I currently hold active 15 Microsoft certifications. Certified on Windows Server, Windows Client, SQL, Exchange and System Center Configuration Manager. Anders Rødland also holds an ITIL Foundation certification. This is my private blog and do not represent my employer. I use this to share information that I find useful. Sharing is caring.