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Paul Liebrand posted a blog post which would do the magic in PowerShell. I assume you could modify the where/? part to fit your needs, like matching the solution id for example. Get-SPTimerJob | ? {$_.Name -like "Solution-Deployment*" } | % { $_.Delete() } I haven't got a chance to try this myself.


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There's a lot of locations in your code that may fail with an NRE. For instance, it could be the group that is not found, or a group with no email address... You're only hope is to get more information on the error (like the Stack Trace). For that purpose, you may: Add try...catch blocks in your code (a best pratice anyway), and display detailed ...


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Try adding the dll as SafeControl entry. Steps are given below: Navigate as shown below: Under Advanced Tab, select as shown below: Fill as shown below in the Add Existing Assembly window. Note: You can place your dll in the web application's BIN folder in the server and pick like shown above.


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I had a similar issue. Somehow the properties of the files in my web part got erased. I set the properties again and when I deployed the web part was once again in the web part gallery. These properties have to be set: The web parts' element.xml deployment type should be set to ElementManifest The ascx-file build type should be content, deployment type ...



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