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You can develop the apps in the SharePoint Foundation 2013 but with Limitation. Even MSFT mentioned all the below features avaiable in foundation but limitation. They put 1 with it. 1 Means: Certain app authoring features require user profiles, which aren’t available in SharePoint Foundation 2013. Conclusion : Yes you can build the apps but not fully ...


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Yes, you can run SharePoint 2013 apps in SharePoint Foundation 2013, but with some limitation, as Some apps may be written to leverage client side code that will only work in SharePoint Server. Those Apps won't work in Foundation. For example, an app that interacts with the User Profile Service wouldn't work in Foundation since the User Profile ...


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User profile service is not available in the foundation version. You need to have SharePoint Standard or SharePoint Enterprise. SharePoint Server 2013 Features – Foundation vs Standard vs Enterprise Edit I see now that Microsoft states that you can develop apps in SharePoint Foundation. However, i can't see how you can follow the article for setting up a ...


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In Central Administration, follow the Application management link and select Change site collection administrator. Change to your site collection and set yourself as site collection administrator (primary or secondary doesn't matter). Being a Farm Admin doesn't automatically give you all the permissions on site collection level. Direct URL: ...


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This error is occurred when you have the mismatch between the backup farm and restore farm.You should make sure Both farm( Source & target) should be on same patch level. You cant go from Higher Version of SharePoint to Low version. as you mentioned your source farm is higher version then target. ...


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Their is no OOTB way to setup alerts on the timer job. You can use the 3rd party tools which is best way, to montior the sharepoint farm. We are using the SCOM from MSFT. Other way is write some piece of code which parse the Server Application log and report when an event related to failure occur. Or write a powershell script and schedule it as per your ...


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In SharePoint you can configure the outgoing email settings at two locations in the Central Admin. First, there is a global setting at Central Admin -> System Settings -> Configure outgoing e-mail settings (that is what was asked in the original question). Second, you can configure an alternative setting for each of the web applications at Central ...


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To disable the verbose logging level, you shouldn't left blank both drop down.you should select reset to default on both drop down. It will bring the logging level to medium. You can set this via Powershell as well. The Clear-SPLogLevel cmdlet resets the Windows event logging and trace logging levels for the specified categories to the default values. If ...


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Your CentralAdmin might be in a different timezone than your servers. Why is central admin time different from server time?


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Try to run this to check if the schedule is right: Get-SPTimerJob -WebApplication "http://yourWebAppUrl" | select Name, DisplayName,Schedule | where-object{$_.Name -eq "TimeJobName"} | ft -autosize Myabe someone fired it manually? or maybe is it fired programmatically?



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