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Make sure you have started visual studio using an account that has necessary permissions. Alternatively you can try deploying using SharePoint Management She'll.


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Projectsite is new template introduced in the SharePpint 2013, that site does not required the Project server licensing. You can read in depth about this template over here: On the PWA templates called project web app which are part of Project Server( Project service Application) and required extra configuration. i.e project server configuration, provision ...


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A project site, ProjectSite#0, is a standard SharePoint project site template. A Project Web Access site, PWA#0, is a special template for those using Project Pro/Project Web Access for project management. If you don't have anyone using MS Project, stick to ProjectSite#0 templates.


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Can you get to Central Admin? Can you try to create a new site collection? How about PowerShell? Try to see if your Distributed Cache is up and running. Here is a good msdn article about troubleshooting your Distributed Cache. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sambetts/2014/03/19/sharepoint-2013-distributed-cache-appfabric-troubleshooting/


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You could compare the ID with the RootWeb: clientContext.Load(clientContext.Site.RootWeb, rw => rw.Id); clientContext.Load(clientContext.Web, w => w.Id); clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); var isRoot = (clientContext.Site.RootWeb.Id == clientContext.Web.Id) ? true : false;



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