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You will not find the file web.config in this folder C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\…local80\web.config' The reason is your web.config file is deleted in your port 80. You have to have web.config file in this folder otherwise you will face this problem. I have the problem in port 40786. The solution is delete the website from your iis server ...


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We had the same problem couple of months ago, after digging too much we open a MSFT case. Here how we solve it. after updating the wsp, we check if new dll deployed. we also check if updated DLL loaded recycle the SharePoint timer services on all servers. We use the decompiler tool to find which assembly loaded. In our case, even after updating( many ...


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I would start by checking SharePoint's service pack and build number, and making sure that you have the latest patch available. You can also review the changelog to see if there's any bug related to this particular Web Part. All build numbers: http://blogs.technet.com/b/steve_chen/archive/2013/03/26/3561010.aspx Additionally, you can verify the following ...


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Yes, new site collections and additional content databases are supported in SharePoint 2007. The problem you are going to encounter in either 2007 or 2010 is that there is no quick way to restructure/move your current subsites between site collections. You can't do it with the Site Manager (aka Manage Content and Structure) because that is scoped to a site ...


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I am in the process of doing the exact same thing. Although the architecture will remain exactly the same, my biggest concern was upgrading the custom solutions to SP2010 (Workflows, Visual Studio solutions, customized pages, XSL stylesheets etc). There are too may parameters for what you are asking. I would personally ask why you want to split the ...



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