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So I never got formally introduced to sharepoint, but the error seems trivial to me. [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFile]$spFile = $folder.Files.Add($folder.URL + "/" + $File.Name, [System.IO.Stream]$fileStream, $true) $spSite = Get-SPSite -Identity $siteURL $taxonomySession = Get-SPTaxonomySession -Site $siteURL My two changes were [Microsoft.SharePoint....


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Go into Term Store, select the term and specify a target page for the item, the path to the anonymous page that uses the term. Also Navigate to the hidden list at /lists/TaxonomyHiddenList and check the permissions. If necessary grant read to All Authenticated Users/everyone.


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The default settings for navigation using metadata tags is to create a "friendly url" that one will be directed to when you click on the tag from the navigation bar. But because the page is not created yet, the site will show the "page does not exist" template. To display pages that are associated to the term is something I am trying to figure out too, ...


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With Variations the Navigation works properly if you create your Target Variation Label with the right Language Pack for the Template: AND than you have to visit your page with the correct Language Settings in your internet browser:


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As a thumb rule.. Use REST APIs for list data operations, for rest of requirements better to use client side APIs. REST APIs doesn't support Taxonomy retrieval/manipulations, please use client side APIs.



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