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Based on the error message, it appears to be issue with service application proxy association. Validate once in web application where you are performing search on whether search service application is enabled under Central admin->Application Management->Configure Service application associations. If it is already enabled then toggle it like disable and re-...


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Don’t have a simple solution, but been down the road of troubleshooting SP 2013 workflows so often I can’t resist tossing in my two cents. If this is a case where you’re just writing plain text to the history list and that fails, I wouldn’t focus too much on the failure message text, but would first determine whether Workflow 2013 service is working at all ...


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I would take a look at Access SharePoint files in Acrobat, Acrobat Reader which also applies to Adobe Acrobat. Rather than opening from SharePoint, open from Adobe by adding an "account" that points to the SharePoint site.


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The only person that came help you with SPShell admin level access is another user who is already a SPShell admin. If you are not having enough privileges and you try to get yourself added as an SPShell admin that won't work .


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Make sure you have the following privileges and your error will get sorted out . Security admin server role on SQL server instance db_owner on Configuration database ,Admin content database and the content database on which you are intending to run this cmdlet . You must be a local administrator on the local machine Once you have these privileges run the ...


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The best browser choice really depends on the work that you want to achieve in SharePoint. I am a developer and I know that Chrome works best , especially when you are trying to debug your JavaScript codes . Internet explorer is really good if you want to play around with OOTB features , configure web parts but again asy friend mentioned pages will load ...


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You're not running the shell 'As Administrator'. If you were, the title bar of the shell would show "Administrator: SharePoint 2019 Management Shell".


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Try running this command and then check it. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell Add-SPShellAdmin -username DOMAIN\SPAdmin Alternatively, try disabling UAC by following this article.


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This can help you. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -EA SilentlyContinue $mySiteUrl = "https://some_portal/sites/yoursite" $myList = "Some Library" #lookup list name $myListLU = "Lookup List" $spSite = Get-SPSite -Identity $mySiteUrl $web = $spSite.OpenWeb() # Retrieve the lists $list = $web.GetList($myList) $listLU = $web.GetList($myListLU) ...


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This was a bit longer and more complicated than anticipated but I have managed it just using flow. This answer assumed your _v1, _v2 documents are being added to a SharePoint document library, if they are not, you will need to add a couple steps to the start of this flow to move them into a library to kick off the rest of the flow. The initial trigger is ...


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I would use PnP-PowerShell to automate the provisioning of sites. You should look into the, Get-PnPProvisioningTemplate and Apply-PnPProvisioningTemplate commands. They export an xml file of all of the features of a Site which can then be re-applied onto other sites to turn them into the original template.


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Use the below script to Update the Hyperlink field. Hope this may help you! $SiteURL="<SiteUrl>" $ListName = "<Document Library>" $FieldName = "URL" $hyperLinkDisplayText = "Support Center" $hyperLinkOldURL = "/sites/support" #Here you provide the old url which you want to search $hyperLinkNewURL = "/sites/supportV2" #Here you provide the New ...


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Like others have pointed out there is no great browser experience for SharePoint On-Prem but IE unfortunately is the best with the most OOB functionality. You can also use chrome and use a chrome extension called IE Tab which can add a lot of the functions you lose when using Chrome vs IE. It does tend to be finicky every once in awhile but from its ...


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I followed the Harber's blog and newer had an issue. Make sure Certificate is properly issued and is in the cert store. For Service Bus # grab the certificate based on it's friendly name $friendlyName = "wfmSanCert" $cert = dir Cert:\LocalMachine\My | ? {$_.FriendlyName -eq $friendlyName} # configure the certificates Set-SBCertificate -...


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There might be something wrong with you cert. Go to the windows event viewer, enable CAPI2 logs and retry the command. Inside CAPI2 logs you should get some more descriptive error. It may be the case that your machine config supports only TLS and your cert is SSL - or the cert chain is not trusted and you need to import it on the cert store. difficult to say ...


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Are you familiar with version history in the Document Library settings? If version history is activated, the external users can save their revised version of the file with exactly the same file name - this would become a new version of the same file. Consequent changes to the file would result in the version history being built up e.g. Version 0.1 (user ...


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their is no dedicated browser for the SharePoint rather they call it supported. As per my experience best browser is always IE. If you follow this Official documentation they mentioned Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 8 but with certain limitation with IE 11 in Edge Mode as well as Edge ...


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I dont think you will find any browser that works best because from my experience each browser has some shortcomings when it comes to SharePoint. If you try "Open with Explorer" in Edge it won't work there as well. You can't force browsers to support features that aren't available. There are a lot of things that are reliant on ActiveX controls rather than ...


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Storage Metric is a powerful options to get a feel of how much amount of data is getting stored with respect to the total space available. Yes, they are pretty correct and the problem that you are facing is also a known issue with SharePoint. I do not know the UI way to solve this issue (storage metrics remain same even after files are added) but I do ...


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To answer the NLB question, the only NLB you need to handle is for web traffic to your Web Applications (potentially including Central Admin). Use an NLB hardware appliance or HA Proxy -- I would not recommend using Windows NLB. Services, such as Search, MMS, etc. are handled by SharePoint's internal load balancer. I would strongly suggest running all of ...


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I would go with custom min role as you have two Sharepoint servers, with custom role you will get options to enable or disable the service you want to. I am not sure which service application you want to use in you farm, but you can check this link if any other minrole is good for you.


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I have created one Web API to get/post data using SharePoint On-premises. I have used EnableCors in ApiController to avoid CORS related cross domain error while accessing the Web API through SPFx webpart. I have used simple Ajax call to get/post data by calling different functions & passing the parameters to my few functions. I have hosted my Web ...


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