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Stapling only affects new Sites. You can use PowerShell to iterate all your sites and activate your MasterPage Feature Get-SPSite -Limit all | %{ Enable-SPFeature -ID "<Your Feature ID>" -Url $_ }


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The Site Columns will be converted to Managed Properties automatically by SharePoint 2013. Depending on the data type the names of the columns will follow a standard naming convention detailed here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj613136(v=office.15).aspx You can assign properties to RefinableXXXXXXX fields (again based on data type) and make ...


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Yes, you can use AAM to specify multiple URL for one web application (not site collection). It might be needed to do also modifications to IIS settings. Here are some useful resources: Plan alternate access mappings for SP 2007/2010 Plan alternate access mappings for SP 2013


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You can either do this using SharePoint Central Administration Site or using PowerShell Remove-SPSite -Identity "<URL>" -GradualDelete http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262392(v=office.15).aspx


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Each user should setup the favorite locations. This is a one time job and they are use it later without much hassle. Open the SharePoint library From Library Tools ribbon click Connect to Office Add to SharePoint Sites When you click Add to SharePoint Sites a message appears to say the library has been added. Now you can save files to this location from ...


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I opened the page "CommunitySettings.aspx" I saw in which object references Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal -> CommunitySettingsPage with Reflector and then I saw the internal code. See and use it :) using (SPWeb resource_0 = resource_1.OpenWeb(web.ID)) { resource_0.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true; resource_0.AllProperties[(object) ...


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Sometimes, a DBA might switch the database to Read-Only. It would have the same effect.


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Check this link http://parmeshwarjadhao.blogspot.in/2014/12/sharepoint-site-suddenly-read-only-even.html Central Administration -> Site Collection Quotas and Locks. Select your site collection One of the following might be enforced: Adding content prevented, Read-only or No access. If not, this answer doesn't apply. Check the content database status ...


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The issue is most likely with SQL - which is the source of 95% of all SharePoint performance problems. If you want to see what is actually happening, you can go medium level and run some PerfMon counters and it will tell you where the latency is. If you want more detail you can run SQL profiler which will tell you which operations are actually your bottle ...


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Site template One of the OOTB ways may be to use a site template, but your requirement states that the site is large and complex whereas site template has 50MB limit and "customized permissions, running workflow instances, list item version history, workflow tasks associated with running workflows, people or group field values, taxonomy field values, ...



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