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I have the WSP deployed in the Solution Management but when I go to the Site Collection Features it's not listed there for me to Activate.

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  • I assume that you are trying to activate a feature that should be contained in your solution package. Are you sure that said feature is defined at site collection level scope?
    – SPArcheon
    Aug 29, 2013 at 8:35

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Make sure of two things, is the WSP deployed to the web application that has the site collection? also is you feature scoped to Site?

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Your feature may be hidden. Search for your feature running this script:

Get-SPFeature | Sort -Property Scope, Hidden, DisplayName | FT -GroupBy Scope DisplayName, Hidden ,Id > c:\AllInstalledFeatures.txt

In the root of C: you'll find the file AllInstalledFeatures.txt which displays every feature you got in your farm, if the feature is hidden or not and its ID. Search for your feature there.

Ref: PowerShell Commands To List SharePoint Features

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