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Excellent Worked for me with this step I suggest you run configuration wizard again. Don't disconnect from the server or don't do any name modification, leave everything as it is and just press next. The sharepoint will start working again.
Yes. I fixed this issue by below step: log in Central Central by running IE as admin, then add me into the SharePoint central admin group.
couple of things make sure you access the Central admin on the server using fully qualified name, not short name disable the loopback check on the server.
Yes, you can 'extend' the web application and assign the second domain to this extension. Also see: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7176089/how-to-configure-sharepoint-to-work-for-2-different-domains-on-the-internet and https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc287954%28v=office.12%29.aspx
Yes, that is true till SharePoint 2013, SharePoint always use the default port 25 for SMTP. But with New SharePoint version( 2016 preview), MSFT introduced an option, where you can change the SMTP port to non default. you can read about this feature over here
Outgoing mail is sent via port 25 - which is the default port for all SMTP traffic. You need to configure which "service/server" that will receive the message and then route it. Central Admin may be published on port 443 - but that is not the port being used for outgoing SMTP. If you internal and have Exchange or another mail server that is usually the ...
There is no more Operations tab in SharePoint 2010 or above versions in Central admin. Operations tab available untill MOSS 2007. Now they spread-ed it into multiple tab and make it simple. I think it is better if you tell us what options u looking in operations or what action you want to perform.
I found the solution. The Timer account referenced in the statement is in the Services under Administrative Tools on the Windows Machine that is hosting Sharepoint. There if I change the user to the machine account I can upgrade to Enterprise
You might have to allow the WFE to relay emails through Exchange as well. Some emails are actually sent by timer jobs in SharePoint, for example there is a timer job called "Immediate Alerts" which sends email to users who have registered for alerts on lists/libraries. Depending on configurations made SharePoint could pick any of your servers to run timer ...
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