the local farm is not accessible. cmdlets with featuredependencyid are not registered. SharePoint 2010
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When I tried to run PowerShell cmdlets on my SharePoint 2010 server I got this error.
The local farm is not accessible. Cmdlets with featureDependencyId are not registered.
The local farm is not accessible PowerShell
You can follow the below solutions to solve The local farm is not accessible error.
- Try running PowerShell in administrator mode. For this, you can Right-Click -> Run as Administrator
- Check for necessary permissions are enabled for the user trying to run PowerShell.
- Also, the logged-in user has Sharepoint_Shell_Access rights to Sharepoint_Config database.
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This tutorial helps to learn how to solve error the local farm is not accessible. cmdlets with featuredependencyid are not registered. 2010.
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