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FC and 10GE use different bit encoding mechanisms, which dictates the maximum theoretical throughput for either. FC uses 8b/10b encoding while 10GE uses 64b/66b. What this means is that within the 8 Gbps for FC, 10 bits are sent for each byte of actual data. On the 8.5 Gbps (full underlying line rate of 8G FC) this comes out to 8.5 * 0.8 = 6.8 Gigabits ...


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Deleted workflows will appear in the SharePoint recycle bin. You can restore them out of here. Do that and the workflow will show up in SharePoint Designer again. Unfortunately restoring will not re-associate the workflow with the list again so it won't actually do anything useful. It will however let you view it in SharePoint Designer and create a new ...


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Oddly enough, I resolved the issue with a simple restart. It had a clean reboot the day before after being patched so I was very skeptical that it would help, but it did. Here's the article with the explanation: Error communicating with Excel Services Application - Events 5231 5239 5240


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You're throwing terms together that do not belong. The 8Gb HBA is only meant for talking to a storage device. You would either run fiber directly from the server into a storage controller, or into a fiberchannel switch which can distribute those connections. Your server would then use the onboard 1Gb or 10Gb ethernet ports for data connections only. The ...


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One quick thing to try is to run the SharePoint Management Shell "as Administrator" by right clicking on it in the Start menu, and select "Run as administrator". If that doesn't work, check your server and see if UAC is on, when I've run into that Machine admin rights error in the past I had to turn off UAC to get past it. Run as Admin may mitigate it as ...


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Two things: Is your web server listening on 127.0.0.2 as well? 0.0.0.0 should be fine, though you're likely generating some short-lived network traffic with it.


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Why did you install it? Sharepoint 2010 is a .NET 3.5 app and not supported for use with .NET 4.0 like Sharepoint 2013 is, same for Powershell 3.0. Regardless, you can fix this by running the shell in PS 2.0 mode. This helps if you are messing around with Sharepoint 2010 on a Windows 2012 server for instance. in Powershell: Powershell -version 2 Add-...


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It could be that the snapins aren't loaded in your powershell session. Try this command: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell


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All above did not work for mee, I also checked the registery but you need a lot of changes do make it work so I skipped that solution. The problem that I have was that you first need to change the server name in SharePoint before you can change the real server name (what is difficult if you just created a virtual machine from an image). The solution was ...


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This has nothing to do with SharePoint and everything to do with SQL Server. The account under which the SQL Server Agent service runs effectively needs full sysadmin access to the SQL Server instance it operates on, because its role is to perform jobs on the instance and its databases. If you select the Agent's service account using SQL Server ...


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There's a list called TaxonomyHiddenList at the root site collection level that didn't have the right permissions for some reason. It should have had read rights for the NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users group but they were not there. I added them back and everything works OK. Some kind of glitch during site collection creation I guess.


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When you installed SharePoint did you do a Single Server install or Custom install and put everything on one server? That may have an impact. SharePoint 2010 Foundation can use SQL 2008(R2) as well as Express I don't believe Express will support multiple servers.The off server storage ( Remote BLOB Storage) will allow you to keep larger files like video ...


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Standby memory is data that has been Cached into memory, and has not been modified since (though it may have been read) and can be dropped if required. It can be instantly freed up on demand. If the physical RAM was needed for anything else, the Standby memory would be dropped, its kept in memory on the off-chance it'll be needed again, and it'll be quicker ...


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Creating a trust relationship gives you the possibility of authorizing and/or denying access to users and groups from the new domain. A trust relationship does not guarantee access to anything for anyone in the new domain. Keep in mind that the built-in "Authenticated Users" and "Everyone" groups do include users from other trusted domains, whereas "Domain ...


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This is possible. That was our process for a recent upgrade to 2010 Be sure to run all pre-upgarde checks and correct any issues before the upgrade. Pay close attention to any added solutions on the 2007 farm.


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You can use RBS (Remote Blob Storage) for such files so that you do not overload your SQL DB. This would allow you to use lower cost storage for the large scanned docs/attchments and improve SQL performance. MS has a number of documents on using RBS This MS article will assist you. Manage RBS


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Found the answer: First, which template is STS#0? PS K:\> get-spwebtemplate "sts#0" Name Title LocaleId Custom ---- ----- -------- ------ STS#0 Team Site 1033 False Armed with this information, I ...


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If you can get to the management shell enter into the powershell prompt: $passphrase = ConvertTo-SecureString -asPlainText -Force This will reset the passphrase. You should note that it is not possible to retrieve a passphrase.


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You'd need network connectivity between the two (i.e. a site-to-site VPN tunnel), then you'd need to setup a trust between the two domains. Per the technet article on domain trusts a trust between a 2003 domain and a 2008 domain is possible, presuming both domains are at the minimum forest functional level are at Windows Server 2003. For your initial ...


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It takes about 15 minutes to install. Now, I assume you're asking about post-install configuration. That can take weeks depending on the requirements, which you have not mentioned.


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You can create an image, sysprep it, then create differencing disks against it and spawn a bunch of SP images (which will need SP to be configured for each machine). You could also copy the whole image (this has nothing to do with Hyper-V, you can always clone a Sysprepped Windows machine).


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It turns out that the account that was used to create the search application (one specifically created for search) did not have enough permissions to actually access the search database. I re-created the search application service, with an account of higher privileges, and that worked.


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No there isn't an out of the box way of doing this - you'd have to code it. Now this isn't a sales pitch and the tool isn't commercially available or even commercial quality but I do have a content analysis tool I wrote that does what you ask and a lot more besides. Basically I use the tool to analyse new clients farms and especially close to a migration ...


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I know this is a long time after you posted this issue. I had the same problem on 3 different brand new 2010 farms. The crawl components would enter the "Not Responding" state and I'd have to reboot the servers. I finally found a soultion that worked for us. I did an index reset just after rebooting all servers. Waited for them to all come online in the ...


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When you create a SharePoint web application, as you discovered, you need to have a root site collection. It is a common practice to pick either a team site template or a publishing template for the root site collection. It doesn't really matter, as long as it meets your needs. You can't "get back to the template selection screen" once the site collection ...


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You can't really easily do a targeted restore of a site collection from a backup made with Backup-SPFarm, unless that site collection is in its own content database. If the site collection is the only resident of its content database, then you should be able to target the content database with the -ITEM parameter for Restore-SPFarm, but that's as granular as ...


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If you know, you can go to MSSQL server and write your SQL query to fetch data from CRM database. After this, you can use Sharepint designer, and use Business data connectivity service


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See here: Move SharePoint to a new domain This also might be helpful: Move all databases (SharePoint Server 2010) I would advise to move it all to new servers, not rename the current enviroment.


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As of SQL 2008 the Local Admin group doesn't get these permissions by default. They have to be setup explicitly, and during the setup process for SQL you should be prompted to add any SA access you need. To repair this, login as one of the SA accounts and grant SA access for the account that needs it.


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As suggested, the PROPER way would be to change the name back temporarily, run the STSADM tools and change the name to the desired one. The reason the name change prevents the instance from starting is that there are several places in the registry that refer to the location of the Central Admin and Content Databases. Specifically, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\...


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