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In this situation, it is highly recommended to rebuild the farm (as it is single Server). But if you dont want to re install SharePoint, here's a couple of things to try: Remove the Distributed Cache instance Remove-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance If you have User Profile sync services configured, stop that one. Then do ...
You may want to try and just re-provision the problem services. The big one is the distributed cache service. If that is hosed up - it can cause issues across your farm, and you will end up fighting the AppFabric stuff to correct it. At that point with a single server - I think it will be faster to rebuild and just attach your content databases.
Currently this feature is not supported by Microsoft according to the following reference: https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/359670 They might deploy this feature in the future.
I was facing same issue. I just removed the Document Library URL from Trusted File locations and it worked. GoTo Excel Services > Global Settings > Trusted file locations and remove the entry of document libraray you may have added.
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