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Make sure that you have already configured the “Outgoing e-mail settings”. //Get the site ID Guid siteID = SPContext.Current.Site.ID; protected string GetSMTPHostName() { using (SPSite site = new SPSite(siteID)) { //Get the SMTP host name from “Outgoing e-mail settings” return site.WebApplication.OutboundMailServiceInstance.Parent.Name; ...


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The text is due to confusion SharePoint creates by having three different groups which when you create a site collection start out having the same persons, but are in fact different. The three groups are: Site Collection Owners Are controlled via `Central Administration | Application Management | Change site collection administrators' Receive email about ...


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In 2010 Go to http://centraladminsite/_layouts/regionalsetng.aspx and change in there. This is hidden by default, but is part of the standard regional site settings.


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Central Administration is accessible via the server and via a URL. If you don't have direct server access, then it should be available via URL, provided your host allows it. You'd need to contact them to get the URL for central administration.


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Not sure if I understand your question entirely, but if you install a language pack, Central Administration should be available in that language too. For example, If your customer installed the Swedish based version of SharePoint then install the English language pack and you'll be able to run Central Administration in English if you want too. You don't ...


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Check with your IT department. You probably already got an SMTP server that you can use. Then it is just a question of configuring SharePoint for outgoing mail from Central Administration > System Settings > Configure outgoing mail settings The whole setup (including if you do not have an SMTP server) are described pretty well on Technet here. If you ...


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When you launch your browser, you need to Run as Administrator.


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PowerShell is Microsoft’s next-generation scripting language offering direct access to .NET objects, complex flow and structure capabilities, and an object pipeline that makes passing objects from one command to another extremely easy. Using Powershell in SharePoint 2010, Almost every aspect can be manipulated using any of the more than 500 out-of-the-box ...


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Yes, look for properties of SPAdministrationWebApplication, you can access it using SPAdministrationWebApplication.Local. Properties are: OutboundMailCodePage OutboundMailReplyToAddress OutboundMailSenderAddress OutboundMailServiceInstance OutboundSmsServiceAccount Namespace: Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration Assembly: Microsoft.SharePoint ...


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Rafal, You can use: Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPAdministrationWebApplication centralWeb = SPAdministrationWebApplication.Local;


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Your web application is using claims based authentication and you can't get rid of that part from Central Administration unless you use a classic based authentication for a web application (in SP 2013 that is possible only using PowerShell when creating a new web application). To remove that part from the user names in InfoPath, Excel, etc. you have to ...


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(1) How do I transfer the Central Admin site from being hosted on the old server to the new server? You do that via the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard. Remove the CA from the old server, then add it (again via the wizard) to the new one. Here it is explained in a little more detail: ...


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Check whether your credentials for your domain has changed and you did not apply it. If this is the issue, change the following: - Open app pool advance setting > Identity > custom account > Set (give user name and passowrd)


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You should enable the "SharePoint Server Enterprise Site Collection features" at the site collection level. You can find the "Site collection feature" management link on the Site Actions>Site Settings page under the section "Site Collection Administration".


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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263093.aspx You can reprovision Central Admin vis psConfig.exe. Look into the the details of the adminvs command i.e. psconfig.exe -cmd adminvs -provision -port 8080 -windowsauthprovider onlyusentlm As a suggestion, pick an easy to remember port for Central Admin (i.e. 10000) and use this every time you ...


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Couple of things Disable Loopback. Disable IE SEC from Server Admin. Try adding the http://centraladmin to Trusted Sites / Local Intranet EDIT 2 Could you check the SQL rights for the account that you use to open SharePoint. It should be dbowner and securityadmin or just for the sake of seeing if it fixes your problem make the account a sysadmin on ...


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You can change the Central Admin Time Zone from here: Central Admin -> Application Management -> Manage Web Applications -> SharePoint Central Administration v4 (The Central Admin Web Application) -> General Settings -> Default Time Zone


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In my experience if you update the quota template it does not get applied to the sites that already use it. Through Central Administration apply another quota template to the site then reapply the previous one. If you have 100s or 1000s of sites to update you can use the following PowerShell. Hence, If you want to update the same template just set ...


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2007 version stsadm -o upgradesolution -filename "drag drop the file here" -name "copy the name here including the wsp" -immediate -allowgacdeployment just replace the writing in quotes with what is says! plus put them in quotes. DONT copy past the code above as it will execute and only throw an error, just write it out! that should do the trick ;) hope ...


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The procedure described in these articles should work just fine. I've done this multiple times. You don't need to install the SQL Management or Client Tools on every SharePoint server. Just us the cliconfg.exe program to setup the alias. You can find more information on my blog at: http://thomasvochten.com/archive/2009/03/using-sql-aliases-with-sharepoint/ ...


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Open up IIS Manager 1. Start > Type INETMGR in the search textbox and run it. 2. When IIS Manager opens click the server name in the "Connections" panel. 3. Expand the "Sites" node. 4. Select "Central Administration" and click "Browse Web Site" in the "Actions" panel. Note the URL and you should be able to access "Central Administration" directly from your ...


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NO! Your SharePoint Farm Account does NOT need local admin privileges. So don't give it them! But when you configure user profile service application, you need to have local admin permission on your SPFarm account. But this is only temporary. When the first user profile sync have successfully run, you could (and should) remove local admin permission. If you ...


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Well, I was able to solve my particular error, though it was only by means of a cumbersome process. I loaded this stored procedure onto each affected database which allowed me to search the entire database for a given string. I searched though the database based on the error strings to finally identify the affected pages. One problem that was causing the ...


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The two main tools for dealing with upgrade problems on your SharePoint 2010 farm are the Test-SPContentDatabase Powershell command and the stsadm command enumallwebs. The Test-SPContentDatabase tool will check the content db against a specific site collection. It can be safely run either before or after the database is attached, as often as required. I ...


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Registering the FBA provider with Central Administration allows you to set the Site Collection Administrator to an FBA user. Additionally you might be needing it if you want to use User Profiles or Audiences with FBA users.


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This is a complicated question. HTTP is stateless, so it's difficult to know how many people are using the platform at a precise moment. A really complete article is standing at the following URL : Check it out Here


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Alex, Please verify and check the following sections: System Settings > Manage Services on Server Ensure that "Web Analytics Data Processing Service" and "Web Analytics Web Service" is running Monitoring > Review Job Definitions Change the service to "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage" Make sure the "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data ...


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I found that the problem I had that resulted in a 503 was due to the App Pool being set to support 32-bit applications. I went to IIS manager, app pool, advanced settings, and set "Enable 32-bit applications" to "False". This was on a Content App pool, though, not Central Admin.


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This is indicating that all of the alternate access mapping zones have been utilized for this web application. Check your alternate access mappings and remove some that are not needed so that you can extend your web application into a zone. You have to have at least one zone free (intranet, extranet, custom, internet) to extend a web application. The default ...


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You should run the Central Admin link from the Start menu As Administrator, as well as use the DisableLoopbackCheck (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896861).



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