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Just for others who might come across this, try a full refresh by pressing CTRL+F5. This is likely a cache issue, especially if it only occurs in one browser. This happened to me after the Default Website was started while the Portal Web App was stopped and I hit the site. Once I stopped the Default Website and started the Portal Web App, I was still ...


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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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I faced the same situation and the only thing I could find was splitting the string and take only the user name. So the solution is sub string. Fore more info check this.


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Open the Central Administration with Run As Administration option and see.


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possible solution can be found here: Why is the Create a new service application button disabled and the link not active in Central Admin? is the UAC enable? So you have to open the Central Administration from start windows menu instead of opening a browser and type the url of the Central Administration... ...or disable UAC.


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My configuration was setup correctly, however it seems this error may just be a simple authentication error. Make sure: The account you're attempting to login with is actually in or below the userContainer (you can also use ldp.exe to confirm container names etc). Ensure the User Policy on your Web Application actually let's you login with an Admin User ...


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Solution 1: Start -> All Programs -> right click on SharePoint 2013 Central Administration -> click on Run as administrator Still the Issue occurs, follow solution 2 Solution 2: Start –> Control Panel –> System and security Now here under Action center click "Change user account control settings". Get the scroll bar to never notify. Click on OK. Restart ...


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Try opening the Internet Explorer in Administrator mode and plus the settings modification made by @Anuja as explained above!


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Sequences and actions are events that occur when you upgrade Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. The upgrade process consists primarily of sequences and actions. A sequence may be repeated if there are multiple items of the same type. For example, a sequence may be repeated if there are multiple content databases, multiple Web Applications, or ...


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Couple of things to check: Make Sure Farm admin accounts having the write permission on the path. try to use different path Make sure the site is not locked check the ULS / Application Logs for clue. Also try to take the backup from powershell to isolate the issue. Backup-SPSite -Identity <SiteCollectionGUIDorURL> -Path <BackupFile> Some IIS ...


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I resolved the issue. I used the command: psconfig -cmd upgrade -inplace v2v -passphrase <passphrase> -wait Details available here


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AFIK, You can create site collections in the Central Admin web but it is not recommend.Simple reason(best practice) always keep Central admin on the APP servers while other content driven site collections hosted on the WFE. Central admin site is only for farm administrator not for every body. Another Risk involved is you may expose your central to all the ...


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This is really dependent on how you want things set up. There's no 'right answer', but here's some considerations: Each web application gets their own application pool. If everything is under the same web application, they are all under the same application pool - if this application pool stops working, everything stops working. If you really want things ...


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Yes, if you delete the existing app catalog site collection then when you revisit the management page you will be presented with the option to choose a new one.



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