Overview Dynamics AX 2012 Installation

too many screenshots need to be published. IF you cannot view the pictures, you can go to the link: http://www.fileserve.com/file/cqg6Msu to download the copy of my installation document. If you need a full detail of the installation document, please wait Microsoft to publish the one for RTM version.

Step 1. Install Microsoft Dynamics AX Components

Step 2. Install File Location Step

3. Setup Support Files will be installed Step

4. Choose Custom Installation Step

5. Choose the Components that you want to install ( using the sequence Databases  Application Object Serve r  Client)

Step 6. Installation will validate if the prerequisite software has been installed on the system. Click Error in the result to check what you can do .

Step 7, After fixing all the Error message and investigate the warning message, click Next to continue the installation

Step 8. Create a new Database

Step 9. Choose the Additional Models to install Step

10. Set up AOS and AOS Service account Step

11. Configure AX Client Step

12. Click Next until finish. Step

13. Now, we can continue installing Reporting Extensions and Analysis Extensions. Specify SSAS and SSRS Instance After validating the prerequisite, the installation process can be finished. As I checked the Deploy Reports when I set the SSRS instance, the Installation will deploy the reports directly via PowerShell. Not Like AX 2009, AX 2012 doesn’t need to create a folder and data source in AX first. The Powershell will create one automatically. Step 14. Enterprise Portal Installation Check the Enterprise Portal option to install it directly. Same as AX 2009. The basic AX 2012 installation has been finished. Based on my experience, Dynamics AX 2012 provide much better function than 209. When you get the issue during the installation, you can check the error message that shows you how to troubleshoot the issue.

Enjoy your AX 2012!

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8 Responses to Overview Dynamics AX 2012 Installation

  1. simon says:

    installing AX 2012 RTM and OAS install generates error 1001. Any ideas? The AOS is running on a separate server that had AOS 2009 running.

  2. Harold says:

    Hi Pen

    Do you have an email I can send the log info to?


  3. Fabio says:

    Hi, i´m trying to install the clients components in a system with the aos already installed and got the same error, 1001.
    p.s.: trying to install another aos instance works fine… i´ve no clue about what could be.

    thanks in advance for any help

  4. did anyone got rid of Error 1001 ????

  5. 2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z >>Rollback: During Setup of AOS Server an error occurred. Program run: Unlodctr. Parameters: “Dynamics Server”
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z >>Rollback: <<>>>
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z >>Rollback: An error occurred running lodctr.exe. The following command must be run manually in order for the AOS to run properly: Unlodctr “Dynamics Server”
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z >>Rollback: AOS Server End 7/28/2011 11:21:58 PM
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z Common Property Install Path set to ‘C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics AX\60’.
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z Installation Path retrieved from registry. Value: ‘C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics AX\60’
    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z ******************************************************************************************************

    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z Component installation task stopped due to an error.

    2011-07-28 23:22:45Z ******************************************************************************************************
    2011-07-28 23:22:46Z S260FinishedInfo

    2011-07-28 23:37:22Z === Setup was canceled or failed. For details see the previous messages in the log.

    2011-07-28 23:37:23Z === Setup logging ended: 7/28/2011 11:37:23 PM ErrorLevel/ExitCode: ‘1’ ===

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