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Please follow steps given below to ensure SharePoint Administration Services is available: Click on Start->Run->Services.msc. Search for "SharePoint 2010 Administration" service and make sure Status is Started. If it is not enabled, start the service and re-execute the command.


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To find out what databases the IDs correspond to, run: Get-SPContentDatabase | Select ID,Name


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You can try the below "Get All Checked Out Documents with no Checked In Version" [System.Reflection.Assembly]::Load(“Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=12.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c”) function CheckedOutItems() { $url=Read-Host “Please Enter In Site Url” “SiteURL ‘t” + “FileName ‘t” + “CheckedOutTo ‘t” + “ModifiedDate ‘t” + ...


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The proper use of this cmdlet is: $user = Get-SPUser -Identity "i:0#.w|domain\janedoe" -Web http://webUrl Move-SPUser -Identity $user -NewAlias "domain\janesmith" -IgnoreSid The Get-SPUser example is using Windows Claims (drop the i:0#.w| if not using Windows Claims) and the -Web is a Site Collection where the user is present in the User Information List. ...


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it is becuase one of the site collection having quota problem where this user having some kind of permission. you can check the ULS logs or run the below script to find the quota of all site collections in your web app, from there you will know which site collections having quota problem. Copy the code in notepad and save the file with a .PS1 extension, ...


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I've had this problem before. You probably need to run the PowerShell command Get-SPProduct -Local Also I would try to run the PSConfig on all servers. More here: http://thesharepointfarm.com/2013/12/the-magic-of-get-spproduct-local/



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