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Rename SharePoint Service Application or Proxy

If you would like to rename a service application or it's proxy, PowerShell can get it done! Let's say the Managed Metadata service is named "Managed Metadata" and the associated proxy is also named "Managed Metadata".  To change the service name to "Managed Metadata Service" and the proxy name to "Managed Metadata Service Proxy", the [...]

By |2019-10-14T16:17:55+04:30October 14th, 2019|Central Administration, PowerShell, Tips|Comments Off on Rename SharePoint Service Application or Proxy

List Site Collection Workflows

Would you like to know how many workflows are in a given site collection?  How many of those workflows are currently running?  How many old versions of workflows you have laying around?  The following PowerShell script will crawl a site collection and enumerate all lists/libraries for workflow associations and report back useful information such as [...]

By |2019-10-10T21:47:10+04:30October 10th, 2019|PowerShell, Tips|Comments Off on List Site Collection Workflows

VMware vAPI Endpoint Service Health Alarm

After installing or upgrading to vCenter Server 6.0 on Windows, you may notice the following issues: vAPI Endpoint Service Health Alarm keeps triggering in vCenter Server for Windows "You do not have permissions to view this object or this object does not exist" messages when using vSphere Web Client Review the %ProgramData%\VMware\vCenterServer\runtime\VMwareSTSService\logs\lookupserver.log for entries like: [...]

By |2019-10-03T14:51:09+04:30October 3rd, 2019|VMware|Comments Off on VMware vAPI Endpoint Service Health Alarm
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