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There is specific sequence but there are services which has dependency on others. I would suggest to use autospinstaller to provision all SharePoint servers including service applications which follow a recommended sequence and setup the correct permissions. Below is the recommended sequence of Service applications installation: Create StateServiceApp ...


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Their is no hard and fast rule about the order of the Service Application configurations. But here what we did. State Service Usage And health Managed Metadata User Profile Service( for social features you need MMS before it and Mysite host Web Application) Search Service( for people search you need UPA and MMS before) Secure Store Service Renaming you can ...


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In addition to your answer (which solves the problem): After querying the row in your Config DB, you cannot edit the data. But you can update the content with another SQL query: UPDATE Objects WHERE Id = '[YOUR PROXY GUID HERE]' SET Properties = '[YOUR UPDATED COLUMN CONTENT]'


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There is a way, but it is unsupported and requires directly modifying a row in the objects table of the config database for the farm. First, grab the GUID of the proxy you need to change using (Get-SPTopologyServiceApplicationProxy).ApplicationProxies | Format-List * Then open up SQL Server Management Console, connect to the server and instance that ...


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You can use the following commands to add the new member in the custom proxy group. #obtain the identity of the service application $SAProxy = Get‐SPServiceApplicationProxy | ? {$_.DisplayName ‐eq "Name of Service Application"} #add the Service Application's proxy to the proxy group you want to Add‐SPServiceApplicationProxyGroupMember "name of proxy ...



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