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Using multiple web applications depends upon the requirement. Usually people used separate web application if they want to use different URL. MSFT recommendation are 10 app pools per farm and 20 Web apps. If you want to go with your desired plan, their will be no issue with it. It is not bad idea at all, but How many site collections we are talking about in ...


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This goes against MS best practices. The current best practices would be to create host named site collections in one web app. For more on this: http://sprickyrick.blogspot.com/2013/04/two-new-best-practices-for-sharepoint.html


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Please include Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll in your project.


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Yes, you can migrate the existing Web app to new farm. You need to have backup of the content database...here are the steps build new farm create n configuration new service apps create n configure new Web app (authentication, aam, any customizations) now take the backup of content database from old farm (sql server) restore it to new farm's sql server. ...


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This type of error is due to wrong AAM settings or IIS bindings.So make sure You Alternate Acess Mapping settings are correct. if their is any bindings at IIS level should reflect the correct If you are using FQDN with Loadbalancer then make sure DNS point to correct entry. If still having the issue, Its great if yo share the Screen Shots / Error ...


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Extend web application as you did in 1WFE farm. You don't need to do anything on each WFE. But if you've got web applications provisioned as HTTPS, you'll need to take the appropriate measures to get the SSL cert configured on the servers, that is something SharePoint won't do for you. For more info look at this guide: Extend web applications in SharePoint ...


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when you extend a web application, at that you can enter the url. or leave it with server & port numbers. Once the Web app extend, you can go the Central admin > Application managment > Configure the Alternate Access Mapping. Now on this page, select the web application click on edit the Public URL. Over here you can enter the DNS / URL what ...



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