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Here is a guidance to rename the Usage and Health Data Collection service application: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219726(v=office.15).aspx Stop your Service with: $usage = Get-SPUsageApplication $usage.ServiceInstances | % {Stop-SPServiceInstance $_.ID} In your SQL Management Tool Rename the database. I had problems doing this because ...


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I recommend a separate SQL instance on the cluster if possible. Helps to keep them separated and manage them as if they're two separate SQL Servers


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You need to rename one of the Databases. Is the Usage database the only one with a conflicting name? You can try: Removing the service application without deleting the database Using SQL Management Studio to rename the database to a new, non-conflicting name Provision the service application pointing to the renamed database Step by step: ...


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Actualy microsoft does not support the restoration of the configuration database by using the built-in backup and restore functionality. From the other side the configuration database contains data about the following: SharePoint databases Internet Information Services (IIS) web sites Web applications Trusted solutions Web Part packages Site templates Web ...


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As MSFT does not support the restore of Config DB. But if you took the proper measure before hand I mean put the farm in read only mode then using sql backup & restore you will be fine. One thing when you recover it, please clear the config cache. But may i ask why you need to restore the config database as a test or real need? Because if for some ...


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We do it all the time to sync our environments. You just have to plan for an outage or put it in a Read-Only state. SQL Management studio can be used to Backup / Restore the Content DB. So can Powershell: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff628582(v=office.15).aspx After a restore the DB, the farm acts as it should, yes. Use Central Admin to ...



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