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Using default Upload option it is not possible. You may paste same document using "Open with Explorer" and then check to overwrite it or leave both. It is similar as in windows explorer. If you want to save in one library same documents without changing its name, upload it to different folders. Or change its name before uploading.


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This issue was related to another SharePoint Farm that we have in our environment crawling that farm in conjunction with another local crawl and that was putting load on the site and that is why we had the issue. Make sure no other crawls are running from other sources. This is of course in our scenario.


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Many thanks for response. In search of a simpler solution I found this solution. Please could you confirm if the below solution can be used Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Force $site = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("http://sp2007") $web = $site.OpenWeb() $farm = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPFarm]::Local $web.SiteUsers | ? { ...


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You can do it, if you extract the all user in the cvs then you can run the migrate user command against that CSV file. here is the script which required a CSV file. # Required parameters. param ( [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)] [string]$InputCSVFile = "", [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)] [string]$WebAppUrl = "" ) # Add ...


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Could not find any real help online or from M$, but I replaced all my image tags with the following and it seems to stop the image corruption: <img id='imgsmall0' src=""></a><script>var imgSrcData0 = "img data here instead of in the src of img"; document.getElementById("imgsmall0").src = imgSrcData0;</script>


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You can use Page Viewer Web Part to display folders. You need to type in the address in format like file://\\somenetworkserver\networkfolder. Or you can use 3rd party web part, like this.


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You can achieve this through custom code. First enable the Versioning for Form library. So the versions are captured in document library itself. Generally the infopath documents are stored as xml document in form library. So first read the current document as one xml document and the versioned(like 1,2 version etc..) document as another xml document. So ...


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It might be an issue with the short-term lock. I suggest you to read this post, and then try the suggested PowerShell script: $web = Get-SPWeb http://YourSharePointSiteUrl $list = $web.Lists["YourDocLib"] $item = $list.GetItemById(2) $file = $item.File $userId = $file.LockedByUser.ID $user = $web.AllUsers.GetByID($userId) $impSite= New-Object ...


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An option would be to store all the Excel data in a SharePoint list. Then you can create a datasource to consume that list data and pull back the item name and it's price. Then in the InfoPath form, I would create a repeating table, bind a drop down control to the datasource to the product name. I would create a rule that when this drop down field is ...


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Offline Content Database means no more site collection will provision in this DB,if that is only purpose then this is not good practice rather you can limit the number of site collections in that db.but still user able to upload / edit the stuff with offline content db status. If you marked the DB read-only at SQL server level then all site collections will ...


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Offline content databases can still have users adding, editing, and deleting content. If you want to prevent uploading of content, then you'll want to go to Configure Quotas and Locks in Central Admin, /_admin/sitequota.aspx, find your site, and set it to Adding Content Prevented.



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