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You can use the PowerShell script below which I have tested and it works well: # open web $web = Get-SPWeb http://sp # get list $list = $web.Lists["Documents"] # get item $item = $list.GetItemById(1) # disable event firing $myAss = [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint"); $type = $myAss.GetType("Microsoft.SharePoint....


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SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges always executes the code under Application Pool Identity. So you must ensure that Application Pool Identity has proper permissions over site, otherwise you will get access denied error.


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SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges reverts to the identity of the application pool (among other things). So, the code runs under the new identity you specified. Also, if you did change the app pool's identity property (i.e. from the Central Administration Tool, so SharePoint sets correct permissions on the content DB + propagate changes to all servers in ...


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Does the issue exists in SharePoint 2010 platform workflow or SharePoint 2013 platform workflow? don't start the workflow with system account, Log in and start the workflow as a different user (rather than System Account) to test. Clear SharePoint Designer cache and compare the results: https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/sagarp/how-to-clear-your-...


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You always get an error message in the ULS log. I just documented on how you can get the error message easily: https://engineerer.ch/2019/01/04/how-to-find-errors-in-the-sharepoint-uls-log/ I suggest to publish your workflow again as a non-system account through SharePoint Designer. That helped solving a lot of workflow related errors.


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Farm Account: This account is also referred to as the database access account. This account has the following properties: It's the application pool identity for the SharePoint Central Administration website. It's the process account for the Windows SharePoint Services Timer service. System Account: System account is the same account used by ...


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If you change the password and update the SharePoint with new password, after that make sure all app pools and timer service gets the new password. Update a sync with new password, then you are all set. I don't see any impact if process properly followed. Worst case scenario would be SharePoint goes down if you locked out the account. Source: Impact of ...


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If you change the password and update the SharePoint with new password, after that make sure all app pools and timer service gets the new password. Update a sync with new password, then you are all set. I don't see any impact if process properly followed. Worst case scenario would be SharePoint goes down if you locked out the account.


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