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First go to any list

The choose List in the ribbon

Then list settings


Then save list as template


Then list name

Type what you want

You can include contents if you want

Then go to list template galley do not press ok

Then mark the check box next to the template

And download a copy


Save it to the disk


Then copy it to the sharepoint 2013 server

Then open the home of sharepoint 2013

Go to site settings


Then under web Designer Galleries

List templates

 


Go to files in the Ribbon

Then upload gallery


Then browse choose the document then open


Then save


Then go to the site where you want to add the list

Then site settings
Add app

In the search type then name then search then choose it


Then give it a name and create it

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Missing server dependencies


Missing server dependencies

I had these error

“This error will appear on a cleanly installed system in the Health Analyzer Reports until you visit the following pages:

SearchAdministration.aspx
SearchFarmDashboard.aspx
These are: Central Administration, General Application Settings, Farm Search Administration and then Search Service Application.

 


To determine which pages rely upon this suspect Web Part, execute the below query in SQL Server Management Studio while logged into your SharePoint database server.

use [SharePoint_AdminContent_(guid)]

 
 

select
DirName, LeafName

    from
dbo.AllDocs

    where
id in

        (select
tp_PageUrlID

            from
dbo.AllWebParts

            where
lower(tp_WebPartTypeId) = ’28c23aec-2537-68b3-43b6-845b13cea19f’)

Here we use the database SharePoint_AdminContent_<GUID> since it is the one referenced in the error.  Nevertheless, two pages should be returned:


 

Given the results, navigate to both pages by concatenating them with the Central Administration URL.  You can ignore any error you may receive since they may not be configured yet.

  1. http://[centraladmin:port]/SearchAdministration.aspx
  2.  

Browse to them and the error will no longer appear in the Health Analyzer Report.”

Now, return to the Central Administration Site main page and again click ‘View these issues’ produced by SharePoint Health Analyzer.  There open the error once more and click ‘Reanalyze Now’ from the ribbon.  When it is complete, return to the Central Administration Site main page, re-open the issues and this error should no longer exist.  If it does, wait momentarily and it should be removed.

Or go to the following

Go to general application

Then farm administration


 

Another option is to configure the Search Service and run the ‘Reanalyze Now’ option.  

Ref:

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  • Verify that you have the following administrative credentials:
    • To create a My Site host site collection, you must be a member of the Farm Administrators group on the computer running the SharePoint Central Administration website or a service application administrator for the services related to My Sites. If you are a service application administrator, you must also have permission to create site collections in the web application that you dedicate to host My Sites.
  • In Central Administration, click Application Management, and then click Create site collections.
  • On the Create Site Collection page, in the Web Application section, ensure that the selected web application is the web application that you want to host My Sites. If it is not, expand the list, and then click Change Web Application. In the Select Web Application dialog box, select a different web application.
  • In the Title and Description section, type a title and description for the site collection.
  • In the Web Site Address section, select the URL where you want this site collection created. Generally, you should use the default path (which is displayed as / in the user interface), which is the root of the web application. For more information about this path, see My Sites architecture in Plan for My Sites in SharePoint Server 2013.
  • In the Template Selection section, in the Select experience version list, select 2013. Then, on the Enterprise tab, click My Site Host.
  • In the Primary Site Collection Administrator section, and optionally in the Secondary Site Collection Administrator section, type an account in the format domain\username to specify an administrator for the site collection.
  • Optionally, in the Quota Template section, select a quota template for the My Site host site collection. This quota template does not affect the individual site collections that users create for their My Sites. For more information, see Planning for storage requirements in Plan for My Sites in SharePoint Server 2013.
  • Click OK. Copy this site collection URL for later reference.

 



 


Add permission policy level

 

 


Choose create sub site



 

Then choose user policy

Add user


 

 

Then choose every one for my site creation


Setup MySites for the Search Center

  1. From Central Admin select Application Management ->  Manage Service Applications (under Service Applications) -> User Profile Service Application


  2. Then select Setup My Sites


  3. Here you specify the Search Center. If you don’t have the search center then you can skip this step. I am setting up MySites on a single server farm and am not using Search Center.

Enable the User Profile Service Application – Activity Feed Job

  1. Go to Central Administration -> Monitoring -> Timer Job -> Review job definitions


  2. Look for User Profile Service Application
    Note: If the Service list does not display User Profile Service, in Service drop down (on right top), click No selection, then click Change Service. On the Select Service Webpage Dialog, use the arrows in the upper-right corner to locateUser Profile Service, and then click it.



  3. Select the interval according to your requirement and click Run Now. I will leave it as Minutes.

     


Additionally, if you have other SharePoint sites from which you want users to be able to access their My Site and About Me links from the upper-right corner menu, connect the web applications of those sites to the User Profile service application.

To connect the web application to service applications

  • Verify that you have the following administrative credentials:
    • To connect a web application to a service application, you must be a member of the Farm Administrators group on the computer running the SharePoint Central Administration website.
  • In Central Administration, in the Application Management section, click Manage Web applications.
  • On the Web Applications Management page, select the web application that you created to host My Sites.
  • On the Web Applications tab, in the Manage group, click Service Connections.
  • In the Configure Service Application Associations dialog box, in the Edit the following group of connections list, select default if the default group contains the service applications that you want to connect to the web application.
    • If you choose [Custom], select any service applications to which you want to connect the web application, including the User Profile service application, the managed metadata service application, and the Search service application.
  • Click OK.

     


 

Go and start the user sync service it will take 15 minutes

It won’t start we must configure the application service

 

If it gives error go to AD

Resource

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624362.aspx

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How to create user profile service in SharePoint 2013

User Profile

What is user Profile?

 







Prerequisites


Service account permissions


 

username: sp_sync (user Profile Sync)

Must be delegated to the AD



Delegate the account

 

 

Create custom task

Then next

Then choose replicate Directory changes

 

 

  • If a My Site host site collection was created during initial deployment and configuration, we recommend that you do not use it because it was created in the default web application. Delete this site collection, and create a new web application that is dedicated to hosting My Sites. Then create a new My Site host site collection in the dedicated web application.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624362.aspx

  • The first step delete the user profile service application
  • Then create new user profile service

 

Choose the shared web services app pool


  • Then we have to create my site collection

 

Connections for synchronization service


Mapped properties



First create

Application pool for my sites


 


We have to IIS reset after thtat

 

 


Managed path Personal

Wildcard

 

My Sites require that a site collection exist at the web application root (which is displayed as / in the user interface). Without this, you will receive a message that states that there is no site collection at the root when you try to enable self-service site creation for the web application. Because we recommend that you use a dedicated web application to host My Sites, you should use the root path for the My Site host collection unless you have a specific requirement to create the site collection deeper in the uniform resource locator (URL) path.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262500.aspx#mysitesarch


Create and choose

My site host

In the Web Site Address section, select the URL where you want this site collection created. Generally, you should use the default path (which is displayed as / in the user interface), which is the root of the web application.

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How to create user profile service in SharePoint 2013

User Profile

What is user Profile?

 







Prerequisites


Service account permissions


 

username: sp_sync (user Profile Sync)

Must be delegated to the AD



Delegate the account

 

 

Create custom task

Then next

Then choose replicate Directory changes

 

 

  • If a My Site host site collection was created during initial deployment and configuration, we recommend that you do not use it because it was created in the default web application. Delete this site collection, and create a new web application that is dedicated to hosting My Sites. Then create a new My Site host site collection in the dedicated web application.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624362.aspx

  • The first step delete the user profile service application
  • Then create new user profile service

 

Choose the shared web services app pool


  • Then we have to create my site collection

 

Connections for synchronization service


Mapped properties



First create

Application pool for my sites


 


We have to IIS reset after thtat

 

 


Managed path Personal

Wildcard

 

My Sites require that a site collection exist at the web application root (which is displayed as / in the user interface). Without this, you will receive a message that states that there is no site collection at the root when you try to enable self-service site creation for the web application. Because we recommend that you use a dedicated web application to host My Sites, you should use the root path for the My Site host collection unless you have a specific requirement to create the site collection deeper in the uniform resource locator (URL) path.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262500.aspx#mysitesarch


Create and choose

My site host

In the Web Site Address section, select the URL where you want this site collection created. Generally, you should use the default path (which is displayed as / in the user interface), which is the root of the web application.

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User Profile

What is user Profile?

 







Prerequisites


Service account permissions


 

username: sp_sync (user Profile Sync)

Must be delegated to the AD



Delegate the account

 

 

Create custom task

Then next

Then choose replicate Directory changes

 

 

  • If a My Site host site collection was created during initial deployment and configuration, we recommend that you do not use it because it was created in the default web application. Delete this site collection, and create a new web application that is dedicated to hosting My Sites. Then create a new My Site host site collection in the dedicated web application.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624362.aspx

  • The first step delete the user profile service application
  • Then create new user profile service

 

Choose the shared web services app pool


  • Then we have to create my site collection

 

Connections for synchronization service


Mapped properties



First create

Application pool for my sites


 


We have to IIS reset after thtat

 

 


Managed path Personal

Wildcard

 

My Sites require that a site collection exist at the web application root (which is displayed as / in the user interface). Without this, you will receive a message that states that there is no site collection at the root when you try to enable self-service site creation for the web application. Because we recommend that you use a dedicated web application to host My Sites, you should use the root path for the My Site host collection unless you have a specific requirement to create the site collection deeper in the uniform resource locator (URL) path.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262500.aspx#mysitesarch


Create and choose

My site host

 

In the Web Site Address section, select the URL where you want this site collection created. Generally, you should use the default path (which is displayed as / in the user interface), which is the root of the web application.

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sharepoint2013admin

In this tutorial I will show you how to configure SSL for SharePoint 2013.

Prerequisites:

  1. IIS 8
  2. SharePoint 2013
  3. Windows Server 2012
  4. HTTP Web Application on Port 80

Steps:

  1. Create Self Signed Certificate on IIS 8
  2. Import Self Signed Certificate to SharePoint Certificate store
  3. Add Self Signed Certificate to trust management in Central Administration
  4. Configure IIS Binding
  5. Configure AAM
  6. Notes
  7. Issues

Note: Make sure to perform these steps with admin privileges.

Step 1Create Self Signed Certificate on IIS 8

Open IIS Manager and then go to Server name and choose IIS Section “Server Certificates

1

 

Click on Create Self-Signed Certificate… on Actions pane

Specify a name like “SharePointSelfSignedCert” and click Ok

2

 

Double click on this created Certificate and go to details Tab and click copy to File…

3

 

Click Next (Welcome…),

Select No, do not export the private key and…

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