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If the SQL server 2008 r2 is not connected to the SharePoint 2013 farm , it will not affect the sharepoint 2013 farm when you uninstall the SQL server 2008 r2 from the SharePoint server. You could uninstall the SQL server 2008 r2 from the SharePoint server as usual. Then you could follow the steps in the articles below to uninstall SQL server 2008 r2. How ...


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On SharePoint Server changing the registry key is unsupported, unless any Official Microsoft KB Article mention it or you open a Microsoft Support ticket and they told you to do it. There are many examples where Official KB article or Technet told to change the key. So it is upto you which process / steps you are following.


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In common any changes per Regedit are not supported. Therefore Microsoft published this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/316898/how-to-enable-ssl-encryption-for-an-instance-of-sql-server-by-using-mi it should be supported.


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I think, check the configuration database server name. Because Config db is the 1st database which is configured during the SharePoint deployment, DB server name will tell you If that is using the SQL Alias or SQL instance name? i usually use the following script to get the config db server name: (Get-SPDatabase | ?{$_.Type -eq "Configuration Database"})....


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When creating the aliases for SP SQL i usually do it on the server itself. From start--> run execute 'cliconfg' from there you can set up the alias (second tab). You need to repeat the process on all servers in the farm. Now if you run the 64 bit version of Microsoft server you might need to set up 64bit Alias. to do that ensure you run the cliconfig.exe ...


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this is becuase of the way you are performing the backups of your db. When you make the backup, change the Backup Set Name. Remove all of the destinations listed, and add 1 new destination. Do a full backup. Restore this back file . Source Also the answer here to understand it.https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/abf50e00-c9b0-4809-9e61-...


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If your SQL is in azure or somewhere on the internet, you can use MS Flow, otherwise if your SQL accepts connection only from localhost, then you should use powershell. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/e3c333d7-6180-4a7e-927f-2e8a9690b598/sharepoint-list-data-into-sql-table-using-powershell-with-csom?forum=sharepointgeneral


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Try running Remove-SPContentDatabase "Temp_Content 432e3b1e-4ee9-4f43-95f7-c0a7cb4febcd Content Database".


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Your Content and most Service Application databases should be in Sync mode between SQL1 and 2. This will give you an 'any time failover' option, including during business hours. The only database you should not have in Sync mode is the Usage database (this database can be unavailable). For the Usage service, point at a specific database. Your Prod -> DR via ...


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I'm not sure about "issues" with video-content in SharePoint. However, you can use RBS (Remote BLOB Storage) with FILESTREAM in a SharePoint Server farm. It has to be configured, though. There is some documentation available: Overview of RBS in SharePoint Server Install and configure RBS with FILESTREAM in a SharePoint Server farm Set a content database ...


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If the database is still attached but stopped, you can retrive them using PowerShell. $webapp = Get-SPWebApplication -Identity https://yourWebApp.com $cdb = $webapp.ContentDatabases $cdb | Select-Object Name, Id, Status Which would return the Name of the db, it's ID and current status (online/disabled). If it has been dismounted, the db does not have any ...


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It's a supported case. Check the https://docs.microsoft.com/sharepoint/install/hardware-and-software-requirements#software-requirements-for-sharepoint-server-2016 : Minimum requirements for a database server in a farm One of the following: * The 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 (SP1) * Microsoft SQL Server 2016 RTM * ...


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Log in to SQL-Server via RemoteDesktop and start SQL Server Configuration Manager Go to SQL Server Services You will find a SQL Server (INSTANCENAME) service there. You might have multiple entries, please let me know if you need help identifying the correct instance Column Log On As will show you the correct account. SQL-Server by default gets installed ...


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Emails can be set up to use a dedicated InfoPath view as the body contents. Check your pages/views.


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I followed following checklist : - Check Health Analyzer on servers (WFE, App, SQL etc) - Check Search Crawling and indexing - Check Event Logs on all servers. - Check Memory and hard disk consumption on all server. - Check if SQL Back up jobs running successfully. - Check if old logs are clearing up. - Large Lists Throttling Issues - New ...


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