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You don't have RBS installed for the second database, as indicated by $rbss.Installed() returning false. You must first install RBS for this database before you can enable it. Now this one is a bit tricky - MSDN documentation for some reason doesn't actually list all the steps required to properly install it, at least for SP2010. However, this blog does - ...


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For the second, or more content databases, again run the SQL script, changing the values of ContentDbName where present to reflect the Content Database. Instead of the original msiexec command, run the following msiexec command on subsequent databases: 1 msiexec /qn /lvx* rbs_install_log_ContentDbName.txt /i RBS.msi REMOTEBLOBENABLE=1 ...


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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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it makes no difference. When migrating from 2007 to 2010, the content db is migrated and so is the ui settings as it resides within the content db.... i think its just xml and xslt content. The only reason that i could see to change the UI would be for UI testing to make sure everything from 2007 to 2010 is properly migrated over (custom UI wise). You ...


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The setup you describe can cause performance issues depending on how many users you have logged on concurrently, how many I/O requests your SQL server is dealing with from SharePoint and other sources and and what your SQL Server Topology looks like. One way to avoid this sort of performance issue is to create your site collections with powershell instead ...


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Two web applications cannot share a content database as per design. I am not sure what you want to achieve with this but if you want to expose the same web application with two url say one for internet and one for intranet you can extend the web application to two different zones.This will create more web sites in IIS


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No, you cannot use one content database for two Web applications. One content database attached to single web application in a given time.


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Couple of questions before give you any solution. What steps you followed to restore? Create a new WSS 3.0 farm and create and configure the web applications. Configure the AAM settings Detach the database which created during the web application now restore the old DB and mount it to the web application. did you follow above steps or something else?


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their is no automatic way but you have to change the things little bit. Here are steps: Create a new Content Database and set the additional permission(if any) Cap the existing Database to Max site collection 28 and warning level 27, Now no more site collection will be created in this DB. Now create the site collections and you will see it goes to new ...


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Powershell is the answer. http://sharepointadam.com/2010/11/12/create-site-collection-in-new-content-database-script/ I use a script on our 2010 and 2013 solutions to create site collections and contentDBs in their own containers.


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To migrate a Database from 2010 to 2013. You have to follow these steps. Create New Web Application in 2013 and Configures the AAM Detach the Database which you created while web application creation. Now restore the 2010 db into 2013 SQL server and mount it to the Web Application. Now go the central admin > Application management > view all site ...


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These additional columns work exactly as if they were lookups themselves, but instead of creating them separately, you can do it in same operation. So, for example, if you create 'LookupCol1' and bring additional fields from parent list 'Title' & 'Created', these will be stored in the child list as 'LookupCol1_x003a_Title' and 'LookupCol1_x003a_Created'. ...



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