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Site Master Pages are only used on publishing pages. This excludes e.g. the views of lists (NewForm.aspx, AllItems.aspx, etc.). Also while viewing a topic the page is based on a web part Site Page, i.e. not a publishing page. If you'd like to have custom master pages used on these non publishing pages, you could edit the .aspx -file of the selected pages to ...


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I think that is a solid setup. As for the test, I don't know if it's possible, but maybe have testing items on a different hardware system just to be safe! But that's only if it's available. Here's something useful someone told me when I first started: each web application should ideally have its own application pool. That way, if the app pool fails, it ...


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What would the web app for test be useful for? Could you not use a specific site collection for that? If it is intended for testing different versions of custom solutions etc it will not help to make it a separate web application I'm afraid. Having a separate web application for search is not necessary either, you just have to create a site collection using ...



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