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If they're the same Site Collection, that is, have the same Site Collection ID, you cannot mount it to the same farm. Instead, you need to run Backup-SPSite and Restore-SPSite (good up until ~20GB in SC size) which will generate a new Site Collection ID, and also allow you to restore it at a different path.


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I would suggest going to central admin -> Manage service applications. You should expect to see a service application with a type of "SQL Server Reporting Services Service Application" Another option is to run the following powershell: get-spserviceinstance -all |where {$_.TypeName -like "SQL Server Reporting*"} It is possible someone took some of the ...


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The service which makes a SharePoint server web front end is Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application service. If it is started in a server, it becomes web front end. The services will be available in all servers. However, it is the status (started/stopped) which determines the role. That can be checked by going into CA->Application Management -> ...


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After all, we ended up setting up all the environment again. We removed the SharePoint instance and recreated from the ground.


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The Developer dashboard would definitely give you good inputs about what takes time when displaying a page. Enable it from PowerShell: $svc = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::ContentService $dds = $svc.DeveloperDashboardSettings $dds.DisplayLevel = "On" $dds.Update() And then make it appear from the UI (new icon appears in the ...


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I spend 4 days settings this up at an environment. Very important to notice when you are troubleshooting the RBS. Do not - EVER - use $rbss.Disable() on your database in SP Shell because this causes your database to be corrupt for RBS-usage. You can save yourself by restoring the database back-up which (I hope) you created before installing RBS. When you ...



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