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You cannot avoid this ,SharePoint 2010 is equipped with a set of new tools to improve the monitoring of your custom applications, there are built-in functionality to check how long your operations take. All this is logged and can be visualized in the Developer Dashboard. Everything is executed under a Monitored Scope. Each scope has a set of Monitors that ...


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Ah, there is yet another way that is very easy in fact, if you have an extra machine. I used Windows Server Backup and made a bare-metal backup of my server that had sharepoint and restored to it to an old optiplex (I booted the machine with my Windows Server 2008 R2 installation disk and ran the restore from network location procedure). Then, before the ...


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You can install SharePoint 2013 on Windows 8 using this tool, you decide if it's a good fit for you :-) http://www.disruptivei.com/Blogg/Inl%C3%A4gg/6/Install-SharePoint-2013-on-Windows-7-8-8-1 Thanks, Jonas


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Alternative Approach: The landing page of your (fixed URL) Provider Hosted App redirects to a dynamic URL based on the Host Site URL you get in the query string. That way you stick within normal "Provider Hosted App" mechanics but still provide a unique URL for each of your clients.


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The problem is now solved and I wanted to write the solution here for anyone else who might run into the same problem. First of all, big thanks to Robert Lindgren for answering with help and information. Secondly, I ended up putting up a support ticket and the problem was that the apps I wanted to configure are english and our Sharepoint native language ...


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You can modify app file before send to sharepoint. Here is steps: List item build app file with remoteUrl unzip it replace in all files remoteUrl to your needs zip it send to sharepoint If youy need to do same with app that already in Sharepoint, then you should do same with some app file on server and than send update to app using powershell


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ON SPO, Tenant Administrator can create a developer site collection from Office 365 admin center if you have Plan E1 or E3. You need the Site collection admin rights on developer site collection. read this for more info : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp179924(v=office.15).aspx



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