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I have deployed a solution with farm scope feature.

I am able to activate / deactivate feature via "Manage Farm feature".

I want to do this via power shell :

When i try to activate feature "Enable-SPFeature -Identity *14hive_featurefoldername* though this command exception is thrown:

Enable-SPFeature : Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

Whereas Disable-SPFeature feature work properly.

What am i missing in Enable-SPFeature statement?

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It seems the code in SPFeatureReceiver.FeatureActivated method is throwing this exception. Please check and correct the code in your Feature Receiver class.

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    I also think this is the case. Check the ULS log, it definitely will contain the exception. – Anita Boerboom Nov 2 '11 at 19:24
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Did you try to identify the feature by its id (guid). this worked perfectly for me.

Enable-SPFeature -Identity [Guid]

If you don't know the Identity of the feature have a look at the properties in Visual Studio or use SP Manager 2010

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