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I focus on SharePoint development and integration. Some of my most recent efforts have been centered around search integration, O365 Hybrid environments, and SharePoint apps within SharePoint online.


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comment SP.UI.Status anonymously inaccessible
Thanks for the answer. This one was killing me.
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comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
Thanks for the answer. I'll look into this next time I have the problem.
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comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
I failed to update my answer, but I'm pretty sure I "solved" this by re-creating the SSA. Not a good answer in most situations, and a little painful, but it worked for me.
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comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
Index reset and full crawl is what did not work for me.
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comment How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
I just noticed this answer, Matt. It has been awhile now, but I'm pretty sure I did, in fact, re-create the SSA. I hesitate to say this is the correct answer because if faced with this situation again I may not have the luxury of re-creating the SSA.
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revised How do I fix a degraded SharePoint 2013 index partition when there is only one of them?
added update that remove the firewall port as a likely option
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comment What does a server resource quota of 0 mean?
@Robert, thanks for trying. FWIW, if I had 3 more licensed users the math would work out for me. I may have added wrong (had to add up all the used resource quota values from each site collection, so maybe I made a mistake). I'll create a support request and see if it gets answered that way. I'll report back here if I learn anything else.
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comment What does a server resource quota of 0 mean?
@Robert, do you have a link that describes the (#seats*200)+300 calculation? I can see the storage base calculation at office.microsoft.com/en-us/…, but not a resource quota calculation for the tenant.