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comment Restore-SPSite : Access Denied
Here's another update. Unfortunately, after reviewing both servers and getting each to the same SP and CU level, I'm still having NO FUN with my SharePoint servers. I've reviewed the Log file and there isn't anymore details. Does anyone have any ideas of what else I can do to diagnose why the restore process does kickoff but then fails towards the end. I've tried looking at SQL Profiler and looking through SP logs. Thanks! Scott
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comment Restore-SPSite : Access Denied
Here's another update. Unfortunately, after reviewing both servers and getting each to the same SP and CU level, I'm still having NO FUN with my SharePoint servers. I've reviewed the Log file and there isn't anymore details.
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comment Restore-SPSite : Access Denied
Thanks Panter. I have full CA access on the CloudShare environment. I think I've figured the issue out on my own and I should have known since I went through this before on this project. My clients server team has been applying updates to the environments without notifying me of the changes. The first was applying the June 2011 CU back in August. Since we had already been through this once I didn't think we needed to review this again but it apparently they install Office Web Apps which is causing my CloudShare environment heartache since I don't have that installed. Testing tonight....
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