Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Supported file name extensions and maximum file sizes in Machine Translation service

Supported file name extensions and maximum file sizes in Machine Translation service:


As per the MS below are the supported file names and the size of the Files that are supported by the Machine Translation service.

File type
File extensions
Maximum file size
Microsoft Word document parser
  • .doc
  • .docm
  • .docx
  • .dot
  • .dotm
  • .dotx
  • .rtf
524,288 KB
HTML parser
  • .aspx
  • .htm
  • .html
  • .xhtm
  • .xhtml
15,360 KB
Plain text parser
  • .txt
15,360 KB
XLIFF parser
  • .xlf
15,360 KB

The maximum character count for Microsoft Word documents is 10,000,000


I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Creation of Secure Store Service in SharePoint

Creation of  Secure Store  Service in SharePoint:


Please follow the steps below to create a Secure store service in SharePoint.
  1. Register a managed account in SharePoint Server 2013 to run the Secure Store application pool.
  2. Start the Secure Store Service on an application server in the farm.
  3. Create a Secure Store Service application.
To run the application pool, you must have a standard domain account. No specific permissions are required for this account. Once the account has been created in Active Directory, follow these steps to register it with SharePoint Server 2013.
To register a managed account :


  1. On the SharePoint Central Administration Web site home page, in the left navigation, click Security.
  2. On the Security page, in the General Security section, click Configure managed accounts.
  3. On the Managed Accounts page, click Register Managed Account.
  4. In the User name box, type the name of the account.
  5. In the Password box, type the password for the account.
  6. If you want SharePoint Server 2013 to handle changing the password for the account, select the Enable automatic password change box and specify the password change parameters that you want to use.
  7. Click OK.
To start the Secure Store Service
 
On the Central Administration home page, in the System Settings section, click Manage services on server.
  1. Above the Service list, click the Server drop-down list, and then click Change Server.
  2. Select the application server where you want to run the Secure Store Service.
  3. In the Service list, click Start next to Secure Store Service.
Once the service is started, you must create a Secure Store Service application. Use the following procedure to create the service application.
To create a Secure Store Service service application


  1. On the Central Administration home page, in the Application Management section, click Manage service applications.
  2. On the Manage Service Applications page, click New, and then click Secure Store Service.
  3. In the Service Application Name box, type a name for the service application (for example, Secure Store Service).
  4. In the Database Server box, type the instance of SQL Server where you want to create the Secure Store database.
  5.     Select the Create new application pool option and type a name for the application pool in the text box.6.    Select the Configurable option, and, from the drop-down list, select the account for which you created the managed account earlier.
  6. 7.    Click OK.
 


The Secure Store Service has now been configured. The next step is to generate an encryption key for encrypting the Secure Store database.
 


Please find the TechNet below for the details of creation of Secure store DB.
 
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee806866.aspx


  

I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.
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