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There IS a way to get rid of those GUID names for the application pools, and it works, too, although this is a hacky way of doing it; I don't know if anyone else does this, and you certainly do it at your own risk. Most of the time, these GUID names are created by Sharepoint's managed services. If you look in IIS, you will see under "Sites" a site called ...


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If you run the Configuration wizard one of the server in the farm, it will create the Config DB and Admin DB for Central admin( ugly name with GUID), you cant roll back it. Only thing is re run the config wizard and disconnect the server to farm( all the server which already joined to the farm), once you will do this, it will delete everything...Now check ...


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Once you create the configuration database - you create the "farm". So in this case you want to create a new "farm". Re-run the wizard and disconnect from the farm. Then Delete your existing databases. Now you can start from 0.


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The Build version you mentioned in your question is for August 2014 CU. But as you said you installed the Spetember 2014 CU then your version should be 15.0.4649.1000. As you mentioned in the post, two things make sure( both are mandatory. Install the September 2014 CU on all servers in the farm. Run the Config wizard on all server in the farm. If you ...


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thats from a blog, refer to microsoft technet for more uptodate version info: September 9, 2014 update for SharePoint Server 2013 (KB2889864) This article describes update KB2889864 for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 that was released on September 9, 2014. This update includes stability and performance improvements. ...



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