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comment Error SharePoint Server “Device is not ready” - Event 6482
Me too, the SPSearchDBAdmin database role was missing permissions on all stored procedures, functions, and user defined types. I had copy the permissions from a working datbase, drop the login and recreate it.
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comment SharePoint 2010 solution not deploying correctly (features not available)
Can you post more of the error text?
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comment Empty Usage Analysis Logs
Thanks, after following the instructions in the links above the Service Application was configured correctly, but the Log files were still 0kb. I also noticed I was receiving no messages from ULS, followed bobgreen84's instructions at: social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/… and this resolved the problem.
Feb
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comment 401 Unauthorized after database move to new SQL Server
Tom, glad you got it figured out, was happy to help.
Feb
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answered 401 Unauthorized after database move to new SQL Server
Feb
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comment 401 Unauthorized after database move to new SQL Server
I have sometimes needed to delete the farm/app pool account from the database after it is restored and add it again (make sure to give it dbowner permissions). If that doesn't work, you could turn on SQL Profiler and look to see if your SharePoint farm is even hitting the SQL Server.
Feb
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comment 401 Unauthorized after database move to new SQL Server
There are usually (at least) two accounts that need access to the database, the farm account and the application pool account. First, are these both domain accounts? Second, did the logins for these accounts exist on the new SQL Server before you moved the DBs?
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comment Did my workflow run on item changed or item creation?
If you use your own history list, and write at least one entry to it each time your workflow runs, you can then do a lookup to that list in SPD as part of an if statement. Return the item ID of an item in the history list whose Parent Item ID matches the current item ID. A value greater than 0 indicates that your workflow has ran on this item before (modified) whereas 0 indicates this is the first time it has run (created).
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comment Forms Authentication, persistent cookie needed by IE, but not Firefox or Chrome
Thanks! That's what I ended up doing. They lost the 'Edit in Datasheet', but they'll have to live with out it, or update from Office 2003.
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