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Using PowerShell you can get it using $site = Get-SPSite http://siteurl $provider = [Microsoft.Office.DocumentManagement.DocumentId]::GetProvider($site) $result = $provider.GetDocumentUrlsById($site, "DocID-1-1")


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Their is no such option which you can use and Disable the OOTB timer job service at the document library level. Timer Jobs perform the task for timer service, web applications etc. If you disable the timer job for a web application scoped then all the site collection from that web app will be suffered...i.e. if you disable the timer job for the alerts then ...


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Assuming you're referring to Document ID timer job. This is not possible. Others have went the full custom way and implemented custom Document ID service in order to make this possible.


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Documents can be sent across sites, site collections or even across SharePoint farms using a send to connection which you can configure in central admin. Copying a document using a send to connection will preserve most metadata including the Document ID however it will update metadata such as Modified By and Modified Date. Note that copying a document in ...


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It should be possible. Please see this link. Answer from link: According to your description, my understanding is that you want to preserve the Document ID when moving the documents across site collections. Per my knowledge, the document id will be preserved when the document has been moved from one Site Collection to another Site Collection. ...



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