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Once you removed the Web application, it should remove the APP as well from the IIS if that app pool is not being shared with other web applications. As you said, that this app does not listed in the SharePoint( when checking from exisitng app Pool), thats mean it is gone from sharepoint but for some reason it is still exsit on the couple of server. I ...


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This is a common problem when you already have some web applications in your trunk. Looks like you got lots of them so i'm sure this is applicable for you. I'm gonna quote my old answer to the same question. This is usually because you either have too many Web Applications in your SharePoint Server, or because your SharePoint Server is slow! As part of ...


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it is unsupported to query SharePoint’s databases directly and should not be done in production without the direct involvement of a Microsoft support engineer.Every Content DB has a User info table which contains the user information. Groups are stored in the same content database where the site Collection reside.So, Once you get the site collection DB ...


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You either open the Central Admin to find the Database Details. Or you can use below PowerShell script. Get-SPContentDatabase -site http://siteurl



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