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You can choose any of the 3 options from below. Option 1: Replace the default PageNotFoundError.aspx in the Page Library – One of the easiest and Convenient way to replace default text in PageNotFoundError.aspx is to either edit the PageNotFoundError.aspx that resides in the Page Library or to delete it and replace it with a Custom error Page that has the ...


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First, unless that's a typo, it looks like you are missing a period between your class selectors, so it should be: #id .ms-vb2.ms-vb-lastCell But if the ID still isn't working, taking a quick look at a list view web part (in SP 2013, might be different in 2010, not sure what you are working in), it looks like the table has an attribute summary whose value ...


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Xavi's link should answer your question. Also here is PowerShell to set your page not found URL: $spsite = Get-SPSite "Web site URL" $spsite.filenotfoundurl $spsite.filenotfoundurl = "/sites/yoursite/Pages/PageNotFoundError.aspx"


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It still works and I love it! You have to get the correct WebId in the exported file. So you have to find the WebId from the source site. I am working right now on a step-by-step guide which will be online by the beginning of next week and will update my answer with the link to the guide. For now I can only help you with this: $SPWeb = get-spweb ...


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I think you have, by some reason, wrong permission setup on C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\ folder (I guess it is what you are referring "Site in IIS"). I checked my SharePoint farm. WSS_ADMIN_WPG, WSS_WPG and machine/users etc have been granted access. You may compare your permission setup with Account permissions ...



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