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If you do not have Exchange 2013, the solution is to deactivate the Farm Feature "Farm Level Exchange Task Sync". Steps: Open Central Administration Go to System Settings -> Manage Farm Features Deactivate the Feature Farm Level Exchange Task Sync You find a more detailed description in this post!
The answer, in my context, was that I needed to make my server a domain controller or add it to a domain. For some reason setting the "People and Groups" search to look at the local computer seems to be an impossibility. Falak's suggested answer is correct if the server hasn't been renamed; however if the server is a local system and not a domain controller ...
Rename the server at the operating system level by using the System Properties dialog box in Control Panel. Restart Server Change or create SQL alias (If no ALIAS, create one to point to the old servername so it finds the SQL Server that is on the same server, stand-alone installation.) using cliconfg Restart the server Run PowerShell-command to rename ...
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