Microsoft Outlook 2016 Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard failed with application error 1000

I have been trying to fix an error message on our Server 2008 RDS server farm for about 3 weeks and am getting nowhere. Randomly Outlook 2016 freezes and freezes. Sometimes it recovers and the user can continue with his work and other times he bombards and throws the user completely out of Outlook.
From what I can see it creates an event log id of 1000. Application error 1000

Faulting application name: OUTLOOK.EXE, version: 16.0.4966.1000, time stamp: 0x5e205f31
Faulting module name: OUTLOOK.EXE, version: 16.0.4966.1000, time stamp: 0x5e205f31
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Failure compensation: 0x0000000000bd5aa0
Identification of the process with errors: 0x7a00
Failed application start time: 0x01d60c1f44f8c35d
Wrong application path: C: Program Files Microsoft Office Office16 OUTLOOK.EXE
Faulting module path: C: Program Files Microsoft Office Office16 OUTLOOK.EXE
Report ID: e8ed2ff4-781a-11ea-85f0-005056a21772

The servers are completely up to date, I have reinstalled Office, I run registry cleaners. The only thing I have not done is delete Office, run sfc / scan and reinstall Office.
The mistake is common with all 6 RDS servers, so I am reluctant to do it now.
I am in the midst of building our new RDS environment, but it has been discontinued, for obvious reasons. Very frustrating! Any help is appreciated.

sql server – SQL 2016 – TDE restore fails even after certificate restore

I am trying to send some backups of TDE-enabled databases from one server to another and I have a problem. Specifically, I receive the following error:

RESTORE FILELISTONLY FROM DISK = N''

Msg 33111, Level 16, State 3, Line 10
Cannot find server certificate with thumbprint '0x'.
Msg 3013, Level 16, State 1, Line 10
RESTORE FILELIST is terminating abnormally

So the first and most obvious thing to check: is there the server certificate? The answer is yes. This is what I ran on the origin server:

BACKUP CERTIFICATE TDE
TO FILE = 'C:TempTDE'
WITH PRIVATE KEY
(
    FILE = 'C:TempPK'
    , ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'xxxx'
);

And on the destination server:

CREATE MASTER KEY ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'xxxx';

CREATE CERTIFICATE TDE
FROM FILE = 'C:TempTDE'
WITH PRIVATE KEY
(
    FILE = 'C:TempPK',
    DECRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'xxxx'
);

If I run SELECT * FROM sys.certificates on both servers, I get identical result (except one additional column in schema: source is SQL2012, destination is SQL2016) and the fingerprint matches exactly what I see in the error.

So what am I missing? I've done it many times before with no problems, and countless blog posts seem to confirm my process. Has anyone ever had a similar problem?

Outlook 2016 + VPN + Fixed DNS

Hi there!

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum, but as it has to do with security …

We are facing problems with using Outlook 2016 with VPN. The only solution that worked was to attribute a fixed DNS on the PC's network card. However, this fixed DNS belongs to Google. We do not want our information to be shared with them.

Question: Is there a way to configure a DNS setting on our own server (LAMP), so will it work for Outlook to work with VPN instead of using third party DNS?

Any advice is welcome.

Rgs.

I AM

Are there limitations to the trial version of SharePoint Server 2016?

Does the trial version of SharePoint Server 2016 have any limitations just for testing?

How long can I use it before it explodes?

I want to be able to explore some advanced features like:

  • Hybrid architecture
  • Power BI
  • Create some SP plugins
  • Migrate large volumes of files

I need time to create some POCs and introduce them to some people. Can I back up an SP test farm before it explodes and when I activate my license will I be able to resume from where I stopped?

permissions – SharePoint 2016 – Access Denied – Limited Access

SharePoint 2010 applications have been migrated to SharePoint 2016 applications, but today we are facing a critical problem.

I will mention what we tried and what we got next.

Firstly,

After mounting the content database, we run the powershell script below:

$wa = Get-SPWebApplication https://xxx.com.tr;
$wa.MigrateUsers($true);
$wa.ProvisionGlobally();
  • The domain is the same.
  • Claims-based authentication is enabled.

Second, we checked the user permissions and everything was fine.

But users get "Sorry, this site has not been shared with you," if the folder library has unique permission and the subfolder has unique permission as well, even though they have full control over that subfolder.

In SharePoint 2010, they were able to see these folders and they could also see the empty top folders because they had limited access.

What I checked:

  • I checked SPSuperUserAccount and SPSuperReaderAccount in the web app.
  • I checked the master pages and all users have read permission on that.
  • I checked the ULS logs and everything was fine.
  • Also, users can view files with full path.

Are there any changes to the permission structure in SharePoint 2016?

Run MS Flow in SharePoint 2016 on premises

The data gateway in premesis does this, but it requires a few things:

  1. Flow P1 licenses, minimum
  2. The gateway must be part of the Active Directory forest.
  3. One or more gateways (may have an active / active configuration) must be deployed on Windows servers. Leave the gateway running under the account created by the gateway.
  4. When creating an Action or Trigger, add your credential but specify the gateway to use. Use the UPN or domain samAccountName format for any connection.

The gateway itself does not need open inbound ports, although it does require outbound connectivity to connect to the cloud.

It should be noted that with SharePoint Server 2016, not all column types are supported, for example choice columns are not visible in flows; if you need data from a choice column, you would need a standard SharePoint workflow to copy that data into a text field, for example.

Here are some official sources of information:

Install a local data gateway

Downloading local data gateway

How to move SharePoint SQL Server 2017 database in Sharepoint SQL Server 2016

I think using database unmount and mount we cannot downgrade the database, but using third party migration tool like Sharegate, Metalogix etc we can do it.

And you can also try to downgrade the database version while doing the SQL level backup only using the database to export Getting closer.

You can check the following thread for it:

Shrinking Sharepoint Database from SQL2008 to SQL2005

A similar question is discussed here, the answer was below:

"Initially run Test-SPContentDatabase to see if it is missing fetures or site definitions. If it does, you need to install the missing solutions and site definitions.

Test-SPContentDatabase -name "wss_content" -webapplication http: // sp76: 2222 -ServerInstance "SP76"

When you have a successful run of Test-SPContentDatabase, you run Upgrade-SPContentDatabase, which will migrate the database schema from your content database to the 2013 farm schema.

Upgrade-SPContentDatabase wss_content

When updating your database, mount it with the Mount-SPContentDatabase cmdlet. "

Source :

The content database has a schema version that is not compatible with this version

You can refer to the following MSDN article for mounting and dismounting:

Attach or detach content databases in SharePoint Server

Move all databases in SharePoint Server

2016 – Create subsite with custom template timeout error in /_layouts/15/newsbweb.aspx

We are using SP2016 on premises and have a custom site template. The template is a wsp file upload via Site Settings -> Solution. The same template is working a year earlier. It is also working in our test environment.
Today we are trying to create a subsite using this template. After pressing create, it charges for 10 minutes. During the 10 minutes, we see that the subsite is actually created by examining it. However, after the timeout, an error appears:

System.TimeoutException: HTTP request timed out after 200000
milliseconds —> System.Net.WebException: the request was aborted:
The request was canceled. to
System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse (IAsyncResult asyncResult)
to
Microsoft.Workflow.Client.HttpGetResponseAsyncResult`1.OnGotResponse (IAsyncResult
result) — End of trace of internal exception stack — in
Microsoft.Workflow.Common.AsyncResult.End (TAsyncResult) (IAsyncResult
result) in Microsoft.Workflow.Client.H

When I update the URL of the subsite, the subsite is removed and leaves a 404 error.

When checking the ULS record, the error is

Application error accessing /_layouts/15/newsbweb.aspx,
Error = 0x81020089System.TimeoutException:
The HTTP request timed out after 200000 milliseconds. —>
System.Net.WebException: the request was canceled: the request was
cancelled. in System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse (IAsyncResult
asyncResult) in
Microsoft.Workflow.Client.HttpGetResponseAsyncResult`1.OnGotResponse (IAsyncResult
result) — End of trace of internal exception stack — in
Microsoft.Workflow.Common.AsyncResult.End (TAsyncResult) (IAsyncResult
result) in Microsoft.Workflow.Client.H in
Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.UpdateFileOrFolderProperties (String
bstrWebUrl, String bstrWebRelativeUrl, String bstrCheckLockId, Object
varProperties, Boolean fMigrationSemantics, Boolean fSystemUpdate,
Boolean fUseIncomingLastModifiedTime, Boolean fIncrementItemVersion,
String etagMatch, Guid & pgOriginatorId, String & pbNewETag, Byte &
piLevel) in
Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.UpdateFileOrFolderProperties (String
bstrWebUrl, String bstrWebRelativeUrl, String bstrCheckLockId, Object
varProperties, Boolean fMigrationSemantics, Boolean fSystemUpdate,
Boolean fUseIncomingLastModifiedTime, Boolean fIncrementItemVersion,
String etagMatch, Guid & pgOriginatorId, String & pbNewETag, Byte &
piLevel) d7fd449f-dba4-30b8-19f4-94ce6a8e3936

What could be the problem and how should I fix it?

SharePoint 2016 – Updating MySite from SharePoint 2013 – wrong URL

I completed an attached db upgrade from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2016. I updated the My Site host URL in SharePoint 2016 UPS My Site to the new site collection, but Newsfeed, Onedrive and Sites still point to the SharePoint URL 2013.

Example:

URL of my SharePoint 2013 site: http://sharepoint2013.domain.com/mysite
My SharePoint 2016 site URL: https://sharepoint2016.domain.com/mysite

Note: At the read permission level of My SharePoint 2016 site, I can add users, click OK, but show "Exact match not found. Click unsolved items for more options" Same Behavior with the secondary owner in cleaning my site.

Also, my employee directory shows results from 0 people in SharePoint 2016.

Any ideas on what I missed after updating My Sites in SharePoint 2016.

Windows Server 2016: Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge Chrome crash instantly on startup

I have a single Windows server (Windows Server 2016/1607) that has peculiar problems with web browsers.

Both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge Chrome crash instantly when launched and display the Aw Snap / / This Page is having a problem error respectively even when I open the about: chrome page.

IE11 on the other hand works perfectly.

I first thought it was the Chrome / Symantec bug from a couple of months ago, but I've already implemented company-wide policies to fix that particular problem.

I have tried the following:

  • Reinstall the latest version of Chrome
  • Install the latest version of Edge Chrome
  • Disable Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP)
  • SEP update to 14.2.xxxx