Join Daniel Lachance for an in-depth discussion in this video Install the Self-Service Portal, part of Learning System Center 2016 Service Manager.
- [Narrator] The Service Manager's…Self-Service Portal exposes requests and services offerings…through the service catalog to end users,…and this all done using a friendly website.…But before we can begin that installation,…there are some underlying prerequisites,…so here on the server where I will be installing…the Self-Service Portal, I've started the Server Manager…where I'll click Add Roles and Features.…I'll continue through the Wizard,…accepting the defaults until I get to the list of roles.…We need to make sure that Web Server (IIS)…is selected, but I'm going to drill down under that…to check some more specific requirements.…
So, I'll drill down under that…under Web Server and I'll expand Common features.…Now, everything here that's selected is good,…however, if I go down under Security,…I need to make sure Basic Authentication is enabled,…and we can see that Windows Authentication…is already installed, so that's good.…I then am going to expand Application Development.…We need to make sure that we've got ASP turned on,…
- What is System Center 2016 Service Manager (SM)?
- Installing the SM data warehouse server
- Configuring SM
- Configuring incident, problem, and change request settings
- Creating incidents, problems, and change requests
- Creating a compliance baseline workflow
- Publishing a service offering to the Self-Service Portal