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comment Can't Activate Solution from Site Settings in SharePoint foundation 2010
Tiny correction: "Look for user code service in service applications" should be "Look for user code service in services". Small distinction but possibly confusing for newbies. There's no user code service application to create. The Central Administration navigation progression is right though.
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comment PowerShell - Create Search Service App Pools (All 3)
So I went ahead and tried it. Here's the relevant script line: $searchApp = New-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication -Name $searchServiceAppName -ApplicationPool $queryAppPool -AdminApplicationPool $adminAppPool -DatabaseName $dbName Worked great. Checked the properties of the service app afterwards, and the 2 app pools were properly assigned.
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comment PowerShell - Create Search Service App Pools (All 3)
Good eye! I pulled up documentation in PowerShell before and it doesn't list AdminApplicationPool in the PARAMETERS section which is what I was looking at, but now that I look at it again it does show it in the SYNTAX section and intellisense recognizes it. If I had to guess the AdminApplicationPool would be for Admin and the vanilla ApplicationPool is for Query and Site Settings. I'm not sure I'm brave enough to try it, and moreover is it even that big a deal that we really need separate app pools?
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comment PowerShell - Create Search Service App Pools (All 3)
On one level that's disappointing, but on another level it's reassuring that I'm not crazy :) I guess there really isn't a way in PowerShell to assign 2 different app pools to the admin and query portions of the Search service app then?
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comment PowerShell - Create Search Service App Pools (All 3)
Could you share how you use the two $apppool variables later in your script? The only command I've seen with an -applicationpool parameter is New-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication, and like the OP I've only come across scripts that apply a single application pool here. Is there a way in that command to specify 2 separate app pools for admin and query, or does that happen elsewhere?
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comment Add FBA role to SharePoint 2010 group
Jan, sorry for the late response--the notification in the top bar needs to be bigger :) I'm getting the same thing as you. I can do partial match searches on usernames but not roles. I don't know if there's a further step that would enable partial search on roles, but since I have so few roles it's not a big deal for me. Sorry I couldn't provide more info.
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comment Add FBA role to SharePoint 2010 group
Thanks for taking a look and providing some info. I was able to fix it per my answer. But also thanks for pointing me to your FBA Pack. I saw that in passing while troubleshooting this problem but didn't have a chance to look at it at the time. Looks like a great way to manage users, so I'll definitely give it a try.
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