Health Analyzer Issue: Product/patch installation or server upgrade required

In SharePoint 2013, the Health Analyzer has detected the below error:

Product / patch installation or server upgrade required

Product patch installation or server upgrade requiredCause: Continue reading “Health Analyzer Issue: Product/patch installation or server upgrade required”

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Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 encountered an error during setup

During installing SharePoint Server 2013 with Service Pack 1 on Windows Server 2012 R2 using Hyper-V Manager, I got the following error :

“Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 encountered an error during setup”

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 encountered an error during setup

Cause: Continue reading “Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 encountered an error during setup”

Lookup an App Id was unable to retrieve its related data during granting permission to an app in SharePoint 2013

During granting permission for Workflow App, by providing App Identifier from site app permissions.

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App Identifier

I tried to set the App Identifier to App Id field,then I clicked on Lookup button to fetch its related data like title, App Domain and Redirect URL.But unfortunately,it’s not working! as shown below.Grant permission to an App

Cause : Continue reading “Lookup an App Id was unable to retrieve its related data during granting permission to an app in SharePoint 2013”

Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets

In the previous article, I have already explained How to solve this health analyzer issue

Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group

But unfortunately, when I tried to change the distributed cache service account via Central Administration, by following:

  • Go to Central Administration > Security > Configure Service Accounts.

Configure Service Account

  • On the Service Accounts page > Select Windows Service –   Distributed Cache.

Service Accounts Component list.png

  • In the “Select an account” list > Choose an appropriate account for this component > OK.  I got the following error

Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets

Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets

In this hint, I will explain How to change the Distributed Cache Service account using SharePoint PowerShell Cmdlets by following the mentioned steps below: Continue reading “Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets”

Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group in SharePoint Health Analyzer.

In SharePoint 2013 Central Administration, I observed that the Health Analyzer has raised the following security warning
Health Analyzer Warning

“Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group”

Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group

Cause : Continue reading “Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group in SharePoint Health Analyzer.”