[ Politics ] Open Question : Even Trump’s press secretary Stephanie Grisham has two DUI’s. Is there anyone in this Administration that respects the law?

Mugshots show White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham after drunk driving arrests in 2013 and 2015 https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/ny-stephanie-grisham-mug-shots-white-house-press-secretary-20190829-esq6ks4irjh6xk5t5no7qu3dgq-story.html

Cannot access any SharePoint sites and Central Administration

I am running SharePoint Server 2016 on two separate servers: one application server and one database server. I have created a number of sites in a site-collection. Recently today, I am not able to access these sites as well as the Central Administration. I have not made any configuration changes to the servers since this happened. I received the below error message:

This operation can be performed only on a computer that is joined to a server farm by users who have permissions in SQL Server to read from the configuration database. To connect this server to the server farm, use the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard, located on the Start menu in Microsoft SharePoint 2016 Products.

I tried the below solutions which I found on the internet with no luck:

  • Restarted both SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER) and SQL Server Agent (MSSQLSERVER) services (they were already running before I restarted them).
  • I checked the domain accounts which some SQL Server services and SharePoint services run as and found that the current password is still valid (these account passwords have been set to never expire in Active Directory).
  • I restarted the SharePoint application server and the database server with no luck.

What could be the cause of the above error message?

Can’t get in Central Administration

Apparently within the last 3-4 weeks we lost our ability to get into Central Administration. Now when I or the other SA tries to get to the URL with port it asks us to authenticate again and doesn’t take our credentials. (Directly on server, as we’ve always done it.) Tried our domain accounts and local admin account on the box.

We were trying to get in there because some Sharepoint database on C: exploded in size the last week or so and filled up the drive and the setting is in… Central Administration. It’s awesome troubleshooting an interface to be able to get in to troubleshoot the initial problem.

No changes have been made on this server as the departing SharePoint guy apparently left them in a test OU with no GPOs, it doesn’t have firewall/McAfee… Not sure what could have changed.

Appreciate any advice.

“Report Server Central Administration Feature” is missing in Central Administration Site collection features

I am using SharePoint Server 2016 and SQL Server 2016 SP1. I installed “Reporting Services – SharePoint” feature on the Application server(Custom Role) and “Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Products” feature on the Web Front-end Server. I am also able to create the “SQL Server Reporting Services Service Application”.

We have migrated from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2016 and have a Document library with below reporting content types:

  • Report Builder Model
  • Report Builder Report
  • Report Data Source

After migration I see some faulty content types in target environment. Refer to below screen-shot.

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from the above image I was able to understand the features may not be activated. But I could not find the reporting services features in Central Administration and site collection to activate them. Below are the features am looking for.

  • “Power View Integration Feature” site collection feature.
  • “Report Server Central Administration Feature” central administration site collection feature.

override view Use administration toolbar

i have a view that using administration toolbar. Problemis theme suggestion is not showing the template names that should override the template. i guess because its using the administration toolbar .view config. What i am trying to acheive is showing the whole comment body, when the edit link is clicked view result , instead of going to an other page. How can i force drupal to show suggestion view templates. And is there a better idea.

Router administration page is served over HTTP

My wireless router admin page does not include https option.

It is always served over http. This is obviously a concern in case someone is sniffing the network and can read my password in plain text.

The admin page is web-based, so I am wondering what a good solution would be.

One idea is to be notified if the settings ever change, what would be the best way to accomplish this?

I am guessing I should set up another device as a proxy between all LAN devices and router and block/allow certain connections? If so, what is the best way to accomplish this?

All suggestions and potential solutions will be of great help. Thanks.

Create a town administration report

I am Learning Javascript, after doing Java development for 2 years. I am doing a module on udemy which had a coding challenge which I completed and it works but wanted to get it reviewed to find out best practices and how the code can be improved and optimised.

Here is the Challenge:

///////////////////////////////// // CODING CHALLENGE  /*  Suppose that you're working in a small town administration, and you're in charge of two town elements: 1. Parks 2. Streets  It's a very small town, so right now there are only 3 parks and 4 streets. All parks and streets have a name and a build year.  At an end-of-year meeting, your boss wants a final report with the following: 1. Tree density of each park in the town (forumla: number of trees/park area) √ 2. Average age of all of the town's parks (forumla: sum of all ages/number of parks) √ 3. The name of the park that has more than 1000 trees √ 4. Total and average length of the town's streets √ 5. Size classification of all streets: tiny/small/normal/big/huge. If the size is unknown, the default is normal √  All the report data should be printed to the console. √  HINT: Use some of the ES6 features: classes, subclasses, template strings, default parameters, maps, arrow functions, destructuring, etc. */ 
class NameAndBuildYear {     constructor(name, buildYear) {         this.name = name;         this.buildYear = buildYear;     } }  class Park extends NameAndBuildYear {     constructor(name, buildYear, numOfTrees, parkArea) {         super(name, buildYear);         this.numOfTrees = numOfTrees;         this.parkArea = parkArea;      }     calculateTreeDensity() {         return this.numOfTrees / this.parkArea     }      calculateAgeOfTree() {         let age = new Date().getFullYear() - this.buildYear;         return age;      }  }  class Street extends NameAndBuildYear {     constructor(name, buildYear, streetLength, size = 'normal') {         super(name, buildYear);         this.streetLength = streetLength;         this.size = size;      }  }  let mordernPark = new Park('Mordern Park', 1909, 100, 0.2); let tootingPark = new Park('Tooting Park', 1950, 1000, 0.4); let balhamPark = new Park('Balham Park', 1800, 600, 2.9);  let parkArray = [mordernPark, tootingPark, balhamPark];  function calculateAverageAgeOfPark() {      var sumAge = 0;     parkArray.forEach((element) => {         sumAge += element.calculateAgeOfTree();     });     console.log(`The Average age of the the towns park is $  {Math.round(sumAge / parkArray.length)} years`); }   function calculateTreeDensityOfEachPark() {     for (const cur of parkArray) {         console.log(`The Tree Desnity of $  {cur.name} is the density is $  {Math.round(cur.calculateTreeDensity())} per square km`);     } }  calculateTreeDensityOfEachPark(); calculateAverageAgeOfPark();  let numberOfTreesMap = new Map(); numberOfTreesMap.set(mordernPark.name, mordernPark.numOfTrees); numberOfTreesMap.set(tootingPark.name, tootingPark.numOfTrees); numberOfTreesMap.set(balhamPark.name, balhamPark.numOfTrees);  for (let [key, value] of numberOfTreesMap.entries()) {     if (value >= 1000) {         console.log(`$  {key}: has a  $  {value} trees`);     } }  const faylandAvenue = new Street('Fayland Avenue', 1982, 200); const tootingBroadWay = new Street('Tooting Broadway', 1908, 1000, 'huge'); const penworthamRoad = new Street('Penwortham Road', 1950, 300, 'big'); const mertonRoad = new Street('Merton Road', 1932, 100, 'small');  let streetMap = new Map(); streetMap.set(faylandAvenue.name, faylandAvenue.streetLength); streetMap.set(tootingBroadWay.name, tootingBroadWay.streetLength); streetMap.set(penworthamRoad.name, penworthamRoad.streetLength); streetMap.set(mertonRoad.name, mertonRoad.streetLength);  function calculateTotalAndAverageStreetLength() {     let totalStreetLength = 0;     for (let [key, value] of numberOfTreesMap.entries()) {         totalStreetLength += value;     }     console.log(`The total length of the town's streets is $  {totalStreetLength} meters and the average length is $  {totalStreetLength / streetMap.size} meters`); }  calculateTotalAndAverageStreetLength();   let streetArray = [faylandAvenue, tootingBroadWay, penworthamRoad, mertonRoad];  streetArray.forEach((element) => {     console.log(`The size of $  {element.name} is $  {element.size}`); }); 

Recommendations on how to learn SharePoint 2016 Administration

Traditionally I’ve been front end, building out of the box solutions and editing user permissions but I want to make a move into the back end administration, managing farms, site collections etc. Any recommendations on where to start? What resources have been people found useful, and is it practical and helpful to set up a Dev environment to test stuff upon?

Thanks in advance.