Perry - Wednesday, November 4, 2009 6:17:46 PM Thanks - worked like a charm ! Chenin - Thursday, July 21, 2011 1:31:29 AM Thanks, this saved our collective butts during a deployment last night! I kept running into the issue over and over. Friday, April 24, 2009 3:32 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote that double dash had me going a few months ago and I ran into the same problem check over here
Only valid URLs that are site collections or sites are allowed to be exported using stsadm.exe*. Hope the information can be helpful. -lambertLambert Qin | Microsoft Online Support Engineer How If you read SharePoint stsadm.exe and the infamous "Command line error" from Serge van den Oever, you will have all the information you need. The whole glance of your site is great, well as} the content material! though local admin access for the farm service account is neither required nor recommended by Microsoft.
David - Thursday, January 27, 2011 8:23:46 PM I more often than not encounter the identical variety of issues when copying a STSADM command from Notepad as an example. Also, you must be logged in to the SharePoint server via a remote desktop or local connection; you cannot "remotely" administer a SharePoint farm with stsadm. Your cache administrator is webmaster. I found the explanation in the blog in the related links.Related Links:http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2007/02/24/updated-installation-guide-for-the-20-server-admin-application-templates-for-wss-3-0.aspx Publicado por Àlex en 2:51 AM 16 comments: Anonymous said...
share|improve this answer answered Jun 27 '09 at 4:35 Sean McDonough 78646 thanks for the good insight and information. Keep up to date Our monthly newsletter. mal - Sunday, February 10, 2008 6:02:19 PM I echo mal - you (and Google) saved me a jump out the window. So the question is: Does my account need to be granted permissions to the Admin Content database in order to perform administration tasks?
The article that proved helpful in this respect can be found here. When I pasted it into Notepad++ and typed a quote beside it I saw it was different! Fear no more, because you are not alone. You proceed to wonder if you should rejoice that the mystery is solved or if you should curse yourself for not having become more suspicious of the copy and paste possibility
This contrasts with most activities you'll carry out through the UI (that is, Central Admin). I copied and pasted it to Notepad (which fixed the encoding) and then copied and pasted it back in to the command prompt. I just retyped the restore command char by char instead of copying from notepad or word. I am the admin of my system, but still I am getting access denied.
March 20, 2012 at 8:01 AM Anonymous said... http://buzzmeup.net/command-line/command-line-error-105.html You can then copy your commands to the command shell or save them as a batch file. How to concentrate during conference talks where the quality of the presentation is poor? You type hyphen from the keyboard.
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I had prepared my commands with excel and surprise when trying to copy them to my server they did not work I have solved this as follows copy the pasted command Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the The login failed.
Doing this and then re-running the command, worked like a charm. How does your answer relate to the question about running STSADM? See previous editions. Are you completely sure the command you typed is perfectly valid and going insane for why it is not being interpreted properly?
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As you've seen in the example you cited, your user account context is the one that will be used for the retraction. Pretty strange...