STSADM is a command-line utility for configuring SharePoint

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Hide specific Site Template from SP2010 Site creation list using Powershell or Stsadm

I have some custom site templates.. Now i want to just hide those templates from the Site Creation List.. I found some ways to like editing webtemp.xml and doing it from UI for each site collection.. ...
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Recursive Enumeration of Sites, Subsites, and Application Templates Used

I am migrating my WSS 3.0 installation over to 2010 and then eventually to 2013 and am in need of a stsadm command that will show me a list of sites in the site collection, a list of subsites within ...
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Fix for stsadm export: An item with the same key has already been added

Current Issue: When performing an export on a web I get the following error: STSADM.EXE : An item with the same key has already been added. I have tried checking in and checking out the file. ...
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Deployed solution using stsadm commands..But it is not working

I have a differnt issue, that i was deployed the solution using stsadm commands. feature is showing site collection solutions and it is activated. But the functionality for the solution is not ...
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Toggle Developer Dashboard not working

I just ran the following as administrator stsadm -o setproperty -pn developer-dashboard -pv ondemand The operation completed successfully. I see the icon to the right of my name and attempt to ...
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Deploy solution using powershell

I have a solution with 4 projects to automatically some processes in Sharepoint.these projects are: WebPartProject: Create a custom webpart CreateTemplate: Create 2 documents libraries (with ...
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importing a site to a new site collection error

I tried using STSADM to export / import a site definition, it exported properly, but when i tried to import it, it gave me fatal error that couldn't find a webtemplate #id** with LCID 1033, both ...
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SharePoint 2007 - Cannot Find Web Part Page

Situation: Using stsadm -o enumallwebs -includewebparts returns a list of webparts. One of which I want to remove across the entire site. Issue: Using the GUID I can find the webpart Page ID, and ...
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Export of site fails in every attempt

I am trying to export one of my sites, but whatever I do it keeps giving me the error: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable. stsadm -o export -url http://server/site/ -filena me ...
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Export all subsites

I am looking for a quick way to export all sub-sites from a web application and exclude the root url, is there a quick way to accomplish this?
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renaming a sub-web from sbr1 to sbr33

Should I be able to get this work with sp 2010 because I am receiving "Command line error." Stsadm –o renameweb –url http://wfe2011redmond/tech/region/cProjects/sbr1/ -newname “sbr33”
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Site Collection Import Issue using stsadm

I am having some issues with importing a PUblishing Site Collection using stsadm import. THe Export didn't report any issues and in fact the import reported no issue. When we try to access the root ...
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add activatefeature bat file wspbuilder solution package

I am using WSPBuilder to package up my features that creates lists and libraries. Is there a way to add a bat file with the package will activate these lists and libraries (since they are for ...
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List all Master Pages used in a Site Collection

In a SharePoint (MOSS 2007) environment how can I list all the Master Pages (templates) that are used in a site collection? I need to add some code to the header of every master page, but there are a ...
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stsadm createsite “User cannot be found” error

I'm trying to create a site collection via stsadm. I do: STSADM -o createsite ` -url "<url>" ` -title "<title>" ` -description "<desc>" ` -lcid 1033 ` ...