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answered Error while rebuilding the search index on Sitecore 8.2 and Solr 6.6.1
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accepted SPE Remoting: Cannot perform operation because the runspace is not in the 'Opened' state. Current state of runspace is 'Closed'
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answered SPE Remoting: Cannot perform operation because the runspace is not in the 'Opened' state. Current state of runspace is 'Closed'
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comment SPE Remoting: Cannot perform operation because the runspace is not in the 'Opened' state. Current state of runspace is 'Closed'
Further findings: Appears to be an Azure DevOps-ism. The script works properly when executed directly from the server (IaaS). Same behavior is seen in Azure DevOps regardless of Inline or File-based execution.
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awarded  Necromancer
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comment SPE Remoting: Cannot perform operation because the runspace is not in the 'Opened' state. Current state of runspace is 'Closed'
I tried that in several previous test and the results were similar. I’m leaning on it being a version issue or something along those lines.
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asked SPE Remoting: Cannot perform operation because the runspace is not in the 'Opened' state. Current state of runspace is 'Closed'
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment “Not Found” error when uploading media files
Start with the everyone user (hammer). Then back off to your Application Pool identity/Network Service/IIS_IUSRS/etc as needed.
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comment “Not Found” error when uploading media files
Check write access to the <webroot>\App_Data directory, as well as <webroot>\App_Data\MediaCache directory. This second directory is used during upload, even though you are likely storing media assets in the database. Specifically, it will upload new files to the <webroot>\App_Data\MediaCache\shell\<some subfolder> directory. It will create a new some subfolder so ensure create access is available as well.
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comment “Not Found” error when uploading media files
Does it occur in all environments? Did you check both Sitecore logs/app insights/event viewer? I think we're still curious what "regular user" means. This may be a good case to use a HAMMER. Create new user, assign every role you can but don't make them an administrator. Ideally, that works. Then start the laborious task of removing roles until it stops working. At the very least, this approach should cross off roles/permissioning as an issue.
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comment Config Patch With Multiple Matched Attributes
Confirmed *[last()] works properly.
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comment How to link Sitecore 9.2 and SOLR running on Azure App service
It shouldn't be dependent on resource groups. Can you visit Solr from a public URL? I would check the ContentSearch.Solr.ServiceBaseAddress you have defined in your Sitecore configs.
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answered How to link Sitecore 9.2 and SOLR running on Azure App service
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comment How to link Sitecore 9.2 and SOLR running on Azure App service
If you used the Sitecore branch of the repo then it should have created them for you. I have tested this approach on 9.2. I will review further in a few hours.
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comment How to link Sitecore 9.2 and SOLR running on Azure App service
The answer is in there. I’ll write up a better answer today.