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This has been resolved: While the return exception message has been completely misleading, I found the problem with the type of credentials (i.e. Group/ Individual) and as a result, setting the correct Credential Owner. To find the exception I had to go back to SSS stored procedures and run a trace profiler on the proc_sss_GetCredentials. By comparing the ...


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Unfortunately, it should be possible only for IE using ActiveX control on a machine with Office (accordingly to http://office.microsoft.com): If you copy files from a client computer that has a program that is compatible with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, such as Microsoft Office Word 2007, and a browser that supports Microsoft ActiveX Controls, such ...


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If you have the Windows Backup then you can still restore the Web Application. Restore the datadrive from backup and you will get your SQL content Database back. Now create a DB from data file, once database restored Now create web application then mount the restored DB to this web app.


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If you have deleted your Web Application along with the content then there is no way to recover your deleted web application except if you have a Content Database backup or Windows Backup. If you would have deleted the web application without content then with Content Database in SQL Server you would have reattach it using Mount-SPContentDatabase PowerShell ...


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thats because anonymous uses are still based on limmited access. have you disabled -> "limmited-access user permission lockdown mode" its a feature within sitecollection that is enabled by default. That should solve your issue. if its still an issue follow this simple guide to setting up anonymous access to your site collection.... its a few areas that ...



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