Yes, SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint 2019 support SQL Server 2017 Developer Edition only for non-production use.
Supported SQL Server Version for SharePoint 2016
SQL Server Best Practices for SharePoint 2019
If I got your second point correctly, and you want to use the same SQL server instance for multiple farms.
So the answer is Yes, but ...
The Workflow Manager can be deployed as a part of a SharePoint farm or as a separate farm.
In your case, you should think about 2 things:
If you are thinking about performance, so I would recommend installing it on a separate farm, and no need to install sharepoint on this server.
If you are thinking about SharePoint farm ...
As a short answer, Yes, it would work!
The SharePoint handles the .NET Assembly redirects. so that the SharePoint 2013 dlls will be redirected automatically to SharePoint 2016 dlls.
If you have noticed that some WSPs don't work, so you have to do the following:
If you have the source solution of the deployed WSP, so you should do the following:
You need a middle-tier or farm solution (WSP) to do this properly. You don't want to embed credentials into the script editor webpart, of course. What you can do is call an endpoint (middle tier) which possess the necessary rights.
You will want to look into creating a SharePoint Addin (i.e. CSOM solution) to prevent the middle-tier from being called by an ...
You could use the Microsoft Graph to interact with Microsoft Teams from your SharePoint 2016 environment. You would need to create your own custom solution to call the API and update your SharePoint calendar accordingly. More information on using the Microsoft Graph with Microsoft Teams can be found here:
Use the Microsoft Graph API to work with Microsoft ...
Yes, you can still use it in SharePoint 2016 Enterprise Edition.
Note: In SharePoint 2019, Access Services 2010 and 2013 are deprecated but will remain supported. so that it's recommend to use Microsoft Power Apps
and Power Automate as alternatives to Access Services 2010
Restore from a newer version to an older version is called Backward compatibility that not supported in SharePoint as well as SQL Server.
Only Forward Compatibility is supported. otherwise, you will need to use a 3rd party migration tool to can restore to an earlier version.
Please try the following troubleshooting:
1.Account password expired
Please updated password under managed service account of SP central admin.
2.View detailed errors through Windows Logs
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Please try the following troubleshooting:
Please make sure that all machines of SharePoint Server have the same CU
The central Administration is a web application that has its own alternate access mapping settings.
So you can edit the alternate access for this web application that will not affect other web application AAM settings.
In your case, you can't open central administration to edit these settings now, so you should use Powershell as below
Code based sandbox solutions contain server-side code and the solution contains .Net assembly file (.dll). SharePoint online doesnot support Code-based sandbox solutions.
You could transform sandbox solutions to the SharePoint Add-in model:
This issue usually occurs because the Dai_ExcelLab doesn't have a PublicKeyToken!
So that, try to do the following:
Sign the DLL with a strong key
Add your signing file in the SharePoint Web App bin folder.
Remove the old reference and re-add the signing dll reference again in VS.
Ensure the service account password was not changed recently - if changed, update the password in service configuration as well.
If that is not the case, you may try the below:
Index Reset and Full Crawl
You may refer to the below thread for a similar issue:
SharePoint Search Administration exceptions in Event Log
Based on error code definition,
error 0xC0000035 means STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION, that is, the object name already exists.
If your search topology looks ok and search queries are returning expected results, you could ignore this event viewer error.
Using PS commands, as described here, you could further diagnose the health of the search components.
In SharePoint server 2016, Document Icons should be stored in hive 16: C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\16\TEMPLATE\IMAGES .
Try to browse the following address to check if the pdf icon exists:
If not, please copy the PDF icon image to the appropriate folder in the SharePoint ...
Try below PowerShell.
Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
#Function to retrieve Permission data
Function Get-PermissionInfo([String]$UserID, [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSecurableObject]$Object)
#Object Array to hold Permission data
$PermissionDataCollection = @()
#Determine the given Object type and ...
To get a full list of all permission levels that have been granted to a user, You can simply use Check Permissions in Site Permissions
Open Site Settings
Below User and Permissions, click on Site Permissions
From the above ribbon, click on Check Permissions
Type, your User or Group Name, and click Check Now
The list of all permissions for this user will be ...