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After a day of pouring over different solutions, we found that the problem wasn't actually with SharePoint, but rather was a problem with our sql server cluster. After upgrading from SP1 to SP3 this error was resolved.


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I had to view the Upgrade-*.log (not mentioned anywhere afaik) to notice that the process is obviously not executing past a specific content database. I had to detach this problematic content database through Central Admin (no idea why it was problematic). After this, I started getting SPUpdatedConcurrencyException, which can be resolved by running (on every ...


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It looks like when you deployed the tool it modified your CA web app in some way without being deployed there, by removing the web app without retracting the solution your central admin now expects that assembly to be present for some component. Deploying the solution to the central admin(or somewhere else) will solve the error. Once that is done you can ...


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It looks like, if your SharePoint server is in a domain, you can only use Active Directory users. But if that server is a Domain Controller, you can use local users aswell. Unfortunately the last version of SharePoint you could install on a domain controller was SharePoint 2010. But even if it is possible, to install some version of SharePoint on a domain ...


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As per my experience, it is really not good practice to update the SharePoint from Windows Update tool. Why, If you enable the Automatic Windows Update then it will deploy all updates(Including the SharePoint) as per the schedule set. sometimes you know and some time you don't. When you apply CU to SharePoint you need to run Config wizard otherwise farm ...


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Their is no change in Hardware requirement between windows server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2012 R2. You will be fine. Only thing, Windows Server 2012 R2 is only supported on a SharePoint Server 2013 Service Pack 1 environment.


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If you need to yes, you can with the link below. http://www.guideushow.com/sharepoint/install-sharepoint-2013-on-windows-7-8-and-8-1/ but this is not supported at all by microsoft and should only be considered as a last resort



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