In this article, I will solve the below issue
Can’t lookup the related App Id information In SharePoint
In SharePoint, I tried to grant the Workflow App permission by doing the following:
- Open Site App Permissions.
- Copy the App Identifier GUID between the last “|” and the “@” sign, as shown below.
- Browse “http://hostname/_layouts/15/appinv.aspx” to grant the APP permission.
- Paste the App Identifier to App Id field,
- Click on Lookup button to fetch its related data
- App Domain,
- and Redirect URL.
Unfortunately, the APP info can’t be retrieved as shown below.
In this article, I will solve the below SharePoint issue
Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets.
When I tried to change the distributed cache service account via Central Administration, by following: Continue reading Distributed Cache Service does not support this operation from Central Administration. Please use Sharepoint Powershell commandlets
In SharePoint 2016 / 2013 Central Administration, I observed that the Health Analyzer raised the below security warning
“Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group”