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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.


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 ...


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 -> ...


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


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 ...


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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