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to run the import command, you have to make sure couple of things. Make sure destination site collection / subsite should be created 1st. Iw ould prefer to create it using powerShell without assigning any template. New-SPWeb http://sitename Now run the Import command.


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We decided just to create a saved copy of the excel with the data connection to SharePoint. I think the problem lies within her network profile. Thanks for the help folks!


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Make sure you are using the ILM service account that runs the MIIS service on the server. Another thing, you can go to SQL server and check who owns the User profile Sync Database, try to login with that account. have you tried like this miiskmu /e a:keyback.bin /u:administrator@sharepoint.local*


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Check the Site Collection Audit log Report under Site Collection Administration. The screen shots give you an idea of what you will be getting:


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HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.Default; This solve my problem :)


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No, it will not bring the workflows along with it. this is an extract from a nice Blog Site export/import is almost useless for custom solutions that contain custom workflows, event receivers, custom web, and item properties, custom event receivers, version history etc. It has problems even if it’s used for simple sites that use only SharePoint out ...


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This is solution int j = 1; //Set alternate row color tableRef.HeaderRow.Style.Add("font-size", "15"); foreach (GridViewRow gvrow in tableRef.Rows) { //gvrow.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.White; if (j <= tableRef.Rows.Count) { for (int ...



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