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Setting Up the Subscription Settings Service Application in SharePoint 2013

Setting Up the Subscription Settings Service Application in SharePoint 2013

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Here’s a little tip that’s not particularly brilliant, but just useful, as you start working with the new application model in SharePoint 2013.  You always need a subscription settings service application, but it’s one of those things that you cannot create in the UI.  So just keep a bookmark to this post and come back as needed for a little copy and paste.  This brief PowerShell snippet will create service application and proxy in one fell swoop:

New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication -ApplicationPool "SharePoint Web Services Default" -Name "Subscription Settings Service Application" -DatabaseName "SubscriptionSettingsDB" | New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplicationProxy

Once you’ve created the Subscription Settings service application, you can go configure your application domain in Central Admin.

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