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This article fixed my issue: The cause of all this trouble is a permission issue. More precisely a permission issue on the TaxonomyHiddenList. The TaxonomyHiddenList list can be viewed by navigating to /Lists/TaxonomyHiddenList/AllItems.aspx. This list contains the details of all of the terms that are used in any managed metadata column. When ...
The data from your old hub lives on in the Managed Metadata Service Application database. The nuclear option would be to delete and recreate your MMD service application to totally purge the data. If this is a production system and you have term sets already in use, you are going to have to recreate that as well, including the GUIDs on all objects.
Your interpretation is correct. A Managed Metadata Service application can be used to share content types across site collections by associating a Content Type Hub with it. A content type hub site is generally created as it's own site collection and is purely used to store custom site columns and content types and publish these to subscribing site ...
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