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This provisioning is in many ways kind of a one time shot.
Make sure you understand what you’re about to do because in order to undo certain things that we’re talking about next, you have to uninstall everything, and flush all the data that you have.
It is perfectly okay to start out with a Windows internal database, I will show you later what you need to do, command that you should know if it comes time to upscale yourself from a Windows internal database to a regular version of SQL Server.
Once done, click OK Our next step is to run Server Discovery, so click on that link If we take a look at the More button, you can see that we’re going through that IPAM server discovery task.
These are all good questions that can be answered by a good implementation of a solution such as IPAM. A neat thing from a design standpoint is that IPAM uses WS management, which is Win RM WMI, the traditional Windows remote access protocol and does not require the installation of an agent, so as a systems architect this is a good thing that we don’t have to worry about installing software on every managed server.
We can look at IPAM as a data-driven application that’s useful for managing, monitoring, and reporting on all our IP address data. We’re actually going to see, in addition to the role-based access control security model that IPAM relies on Windows Task Schedule jobs for most of its activities.
IPAM also will install a copy of the Windows internal database by default; however, it will not require you necessarily to use that if you prefer to use, for example, a SQL Server as your actual database.
The database that IPAM is using is really, really small, and so the reason you would want to use a database other than the Windows internal database is perhaps if you have SQL Server backups, or if you require some high availability that would not normally be a part of the Windows internal database.