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The answer depends in large part on who is in charge of managing content types. Or, am I really just rephrasing your question? If the creation and management of content types is in the hands of a business user, then the manual labor approach, while potentially problematic, is fine. IT folks may flinch at this strategy, but but not every company has the IT ...


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You can create multiple PWA instances in project server but as per the MSFT recommendation, you should provision the one PWA in one content DB. So, we are talking about 100 Content DB here. When you create a new Project Web App site in conjunction with a new site collection, we recommend that you use a separate SharePoint Server 2013 content database ...


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Although you can provision multiple PWA instances in the same farm, I don't think it would be a great idea (or even technically possible with an acceptable performance) to provision 100 instances. For each instance you need to have a single project database, and as a best practice I would recommend a separate SharePoint content database per PWA as well, that ...


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I saw this question little late. I think you already done with it but i am sharing the my experience here. to install the pre requisites and SharePoint Bits under a account which is local admin on the server( we used the install account), this account will do the future updates as well. So in your case SPfarm account. When you run the PSconfig wizard it ...



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