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Install is blocked until removal the update for Microsoft Windows (KB3102467) and restarting the server... Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > Installed Updates > search for KB3102467 > click uninstall Also, the only documentation I found was from an exchange team blog to repair the 4.5.2 installation after the uninstall of 4.6.1. You will ...


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Looks like this is actually possible. You need to activate SPUserLicensing and then apply the available licenses to your AD groups. See this post from Wictor Wilen for details. Enable-SPUserLicensing #Mapping for Windows Authentication $ADmapping = New-SPUserLicenseMapping -SecurityGroup "Enterprise Users" -License Enterprise $ADmapping | ...


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Remove the -InternalUrl from your OOS farm and try again. If the SharePoint farm does not trust the OOS certificate, make sure it is in the SharePoint Central Admin 'Manage Trust'.


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Yes, a single Office Web Apps farm can be connected to multiple SharePoint farms, just configure the farms in the usual way, then link them to the Office Web Apps farm using the New-SPWOPIBinding command from each SharePoint farm.


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OOS/WAC rebuild the metabase, which is why this isn't recommended, though if I recall as long as you're not using tcp 80/443/808/809 for your IIS Site, you can co-host. Likely fine for dev, but I'd suggest finding an alternate location for prod.



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