A better but more complicated way is to create site workflow, that will start every day and will do the calculation of days till subscription date and then (if 7 days and status eq unpaid) send email.
An easier way is to create list workflow and set pause until subscription date minus 7 days, then check status and send email.
The third way is to use ...
You will need to migrate your users from Classic to Claims. The easiest way to do this is with the Convert-SPWebApplication command in Powershell, or you can use the Move-SPUser command.
Lync 2013 should supported by SharePoint 2016 currently.
You can also install Skype for business 2016 from the following articles:
Where do the users search from? From search center or from a site search? Please offer a screenshot about the error page.
Try to create a new search center and search from the new search center, compare the results.
Make sure search related service is started.
Make sure your Search service application is connected to web applications.
Navigate to ...
For restore an earlier version of workflow, you can use SharePoint designer. Find your workflow with issues, and restore it to an earlier version.
Go to the folder All Files in SharePoint designer (use SharePoint
Designer 2010 if connecting with a SharePoint 2013 farm or you'll
get a server busy error), when you have opened your site
Open Workflow folder
Assuming there is valid justification in your unspecified backstory of why you are reformatting with jQuery instead of using the native XSL in the Content Query:
You should use the jQuery .each() (see jquery docs) method to perform an operation on each selected item. Each instance call of the loop makes the this keyword a reference to the currently ...
Sadly I think that is the way it is headed. According to this article, the June 2017 update for SP 2013 and 2016 included a switch called CustomMarkupInCalculatedFieldDisabled. It allowed your administrator to choose if HTML would show up for calculated fields.
I can't find complete documentation, but searches seem to suggest that the switch is no longer ...
Agree with @Mohamed El-Qassas. 2 is an invalid topology. I want to add that 5 is also supported.
It is recommended to install WFM on 1, 3, or 5 SharePoint servers. Both 2 and 4 are not valid.
Workflow Manager Farm over 2 WFEs
I have done a test again in SharePoint 2016 and i can reproduce your issue.
As an workaround, you can create page in site pages library, and edit page directly instead of upload page with same filename.
Besides, I would recommend you submit a feedback about this issue via the below link for your convenience, thanks.