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So we have sharepoint 2010 in a subnet that has a RODC this subnet is locked down so that all traffic to the "writable DC's" is blocked. It was my understanding that theRODC would pass on to the "writable DC's" requests that require a write to
When I try and change the managed account passwords in central admin after a few minutes I get:
Error The specifed domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.
So I Try and change the PW with a PS script
PS C:\> C:\SHPupdates\changepass.ps1
Service Account: XXX\XXXXXXXX
Enter Password: *********************
Confirm Password: *********************
Are you sure you want to perform this action?
Performing operation "Set-SPManagedAccount" on Target "XXX\XXXXXXXX".
[Y] Yes [A] Yes to All [N] No [L] No to All [S] Suspend [?] Help (default is "Y"): y
Set-SPManagedAccount : The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted
At C:\SHPupdates\changepass.ps1:8 char:21
+ Set-SPManagedAccount <<<< -Identity $managedAcct -NewPassword $inPass -ConfirmPassword $inPassConfirm -SetNewPassword
New installation of Sharepoint 2010 in Domain_A domain. I added a content database WSS_content2007 from Sharepoint 2007 (from domain Domain_B). I didn't run the command stsadm -migrateuser. New accounts from domain Domain_A were manually added to SharePoint
2010. In table Userinfo on WSS_Content2007 on Sharepoint 2010 are accounts from both domains. Old domain Domain_B was deleted.
Users get a window with a request re-enter your username and password from time to time.
What should I do? Can I delete the account from the domain Domain_B with stsadm command? Should the column tp_title contain unique records for the same user and the same site?
I have Moss 2007 & windows server 2003.
By default SharePoint will display 'domain\username' but I want to change from 'domain\username' to show your actual name without domain name. i found 2 ways to modify profile information:
1- on the ssp edit profile page
2- on my site, edit my profile
but I could not get it to work. When I click on "Edit" item, it shows me "domainname\username" and it is uneditable. what is the problem?is it the other way?PLZ Help me!!!
I'm working in a virtual enrovonment with the following virtual machines
Server 2008 R2 - DC
Server 2008 R2 - Sharepoint Foundation / SQLE
My goal is to work/play with SPF in order to understand its potential use for some of my clients, however I cannot get SPF to recognize any of my domain users in order to grant them access to the Sharepoint site. SPF complete install, new farm, new
SQL database etc... I got the hotfixes which did not address my issue. Everything that I have read about this makes it sound like my SPF should easily pick domain users from AD with ease, and that makes this even more frustrating.
Thank in advance.
After some actions with domain users (migration with ADMT + stsadm -o migrateuser), one user "lost" his profile. All record links 2 old user (with his old ID, 300 for example), but this user don't exist, another user, with same domain-user name and SID,
has another ID.
How i can edit ID of users, or edit link-to-ID of all records?
how do i create a webpart for sharepoint 2010 that allows users to create their own subsite..
i create a webpage in vs 2010 which allows users to create their account by specifying username and password..and make it a webpart and after that for that user a subsite should be created under sharepoint 2010 top level site.....how could i achieve
For development purposes, we have SharePoint 2007 installed on a virtual server (Wind 2003) on a company desktop (Vista Business ed.). The SharePoint is using Active Directory and company domain. For learning purposes, we want to copy the virtual machine
on another Vista machine that is outside the domain and is not using AD:
Question 1 : How can we move the SharePoint from a domain to a Workgroup
Question 2: Is it possible to still be able to use emails (through local installation of Outlook) on the same computer that is not on the domain? If, yes, what are the possibilities (any articles on it? Etc.)?