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After I cleaned the cache the error below stopped: Content deployment job 'Remote import job for job with sourceID = d70b63f3-89f5-42e2-8f5d-8457d29cdfe8': Import in progressThe exception thrown was 'Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException' : 'The context has expired and can no longer be used. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80090317)' ...
We have achieved this by running a backup of the Site Collection and restoring it to a newly created Web Application. All is working as intended and the Dev's can do their work.
looks like you have some kind of solution deployed to this web app. you should check this Go to Central Administration>Operations>Solution Management .Here you can check whether there are any solutions deployed on the web application. if there is any, please remove it from the web app. from central admin check if there is any timer job running for ...
If you do not want to mess around with host headers and the like, the other thing you could do is setup another IP address for each web front end for MySites and another IP address for DNS and the load balanced route between them. The basic process is as follows: Plan and provision the new IP addresses Assign additional IP addresses to each web front end ...
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