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Whether to go with HTTP o HTTPS for WFM in a SharePoint 2013 Production Farm? It's heavily recommended to go ahead with HTTPS By the way, You have 4 possible scenarios to install Workflow Manager for SharePoint farm Workflow Manager is installed on a server that is part of the SharePoint 2013 farm. Communication takes place by using HTTP. Workflow Manager ...


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Another old fashioned way to check it. Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features You will see the Service bus and Worklfow Manager witht heir curernt build version number. If you click on the Installed Updates > then you will see all the Installed updates / KB for Workflow manager and Service bus.


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To see which version of Workflow Manager and Service Bus are installed, use the following PowerShell: (Get-ChildItem -Path "C:\Program Files\Workflow Manager\1.0\Workflow\Artifacts\Microsoft.Workflow.Service.dll").VersionInfo (Get-ChildItem -Path "C:\Program Files\Service Bus\1.0\Microsoft.ServiceBus.dll").VersionInfo or (Get-ChildItem -Path "C:\Program ...


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if you do a get-command from the powershell do you see it listed in there similar to this screenshot: if not then follow these process Configuring SharePoint 2013 to support workflow Management Service y default, in SharePoint 2013, Workflow Manager Service is not configured. Workflow Manager Service has to be downloaded, installed and configured manually ...


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For offline installation of workflow manager, you need a machine which is connected to internet. first download the web platform installer on the machine which is connected to internet. extract the files in a directory then using the command line and download the workflow manager 1.0 cu2. Now move the downloaded workflow manager files to server where u ...


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After a break from the issue, I found what was wrong in my case. The firewall didn't allow connections between WFE- and APP-server(s). Don't bother to ask why and just leave it with it's due to "Organzational policies" :) I tried it with a simple telnet APPSRV 443 which failed. Opening the port got things working.


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Each of these should be taken a look at before going into SQL side, not to mention re-configuring anything: Always the question nr. 1, when a behavior differs since the last time: What could've changed at the servers since the last restart? Have e.g. Windows Updates been applied to the servers recently? If so, which? Does your ULSLogs record fails ...


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@M.Qassas answer is more complete, but HTTPS should always be used in production environments, because the authentication between servers (SharePoint and WFM) uses OAuth. OAuth does not encrypt the credential exchange.


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Yes, you can use the FQDN for your workflow manager. You have to create the DNS pointing to that server / Load balancer.if you have multiple servers than make sure in your SSL certificates all the servers name included. check this blog for more information: https://andreasglaser.com/blog/sharepoint-2019-workflow-manager#requirements


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I had the same issue with offline installation as the download never got completed. You can try this. Run the WPI setup on the machine having internet and select Workflow Manager 1.0 Refresh (CU2) to install It will download WFM and all of its components in below directory %LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Web Platform Installer\installers 3. Copy the missing files ...


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No... They are 2 different Frameworks. SP2010 Workflows are executed by SharePoint and SP2013 Workflows are executed by the WFM. There is no overlap.


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I agree with M.Qassas. If your SharePoint Farm is accessible via internet and if you want to configure Workflow manager outside the SharePoint farm which is accessible via internet than it should be HTTPS. If it is intranet communication HTTP works.


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