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I agree wish Wasqas about it being a hard question to answer, but to give you some sense of the market today I would say that "Yes, there's a career as a SharePoint professional for some time ahead". However, I wouldn't myself want to restrict it to being only administrative tasks. The demand for experienced SharePoint professionals still exist, but is ...


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I don't think anybody give you concrete answer of this question. SharePoint itself very vast field. from power user to SharePoint administrator to developer to business analyst to architect. Every field having its own requirement and all are hot in the US market. Pay range is very much depend upon the experince and company. selecting from developer to ...


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I think that i answered the same question here: How to use associate Search Center with Search Box? However, make sure to run powershell as admin, and add the sharepoint cmdlets by typing add-pssnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell before trying to update the search center. Make sure that you run the command from the server where Central admin is running. ...


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Your PowerShell cannot find the cmdlet 'Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication'. You either need to reference the Sharepoint.PowerShell namespace before you call the cmdlet or use the SharePoint Management Shell. Add-PSSnapin -Name Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication $ssa.SearchCenterUrl = <newURL> ...


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You can do it via Web Application user policy from Central Admin. But their is an issue with this approach, when you add user into the policy of web app then he will access all site collections in that web App and you cannot restrict him. Adding too much user in this group high risk for security. I would prefer site collection primary & secondary site ...


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You can manage permissions at web application level. On the SharePoint Central Administration website, in the Application Management section, click Manage web applications. On the WEB APPLICATIONS tab of the ribbon, click the web application for which you want to manage permissions. In the Security group of the ribbon, click User Permissions. In the User ...


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try the following: Restart IIS and SharePoint timer job Clear config cache http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jamesway/archive/2011/05/23/sharepoint-2010-clearing-the-configuration-cache.aspx I still an issue restart the server.



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