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Missing server side dependencies - SharePoint 2016 RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello

    not sure if this is the right place to post this question or if there is already an answer for this question.

    Current setup

    MIM SP1 - Windows Sever 2016 with SharePoint 2016

    In SharePoint Health Analyzer there is an Error "Missing server side dependencies. "

    Detail message

    [LegacyUIDetected] The site [/IdentityManagement] is still referencing SharePoint 2007 UI. The site located at [/IdentityManagement] in the database [WSS_Content] is using SharePoint 2007 UI which is no longer supported and may cause visual errors or block functionality. We strongly recommend that you run Visual Upgrade on the site and verify the site is working correctly before proceeding. Otherwise, we will force all sites using SharePoint 2007 UI to visually upgrade to the 2010 UI as part of the database upgrade process.
    [Upgrade] The number of column pool tables exceeds the database limit. The tables that exceed this limit and should be dropped are  
    [Security] All SQL database roles are present


    Background

    We migrated FIM -> MIM by setting up new servers but re-using the FIM SQL database, then perform and install of MIM on the Servers.

    Question

    Is it safe to ignore this Error or should we fix it? How would we fix it? MIM Portal is not displaying any errors as far as I could tell.

    Thanks.

    Wednesday, May 16, 2018 6:34 AM

All replies

  • Hi John, did you ever resolve this issue?  We are facing the exact same issue as you and we also upgraded databases from FIM to MIM.

    Thursday, June 13, 2019 3:05 PM
  • Hello

    No. This issue remains in the SharePoint Health Analyzer list.

    It is the only one that has a Severity of "Error"

    We have been running MIM for over a year now and there is no visible or known side effects arising from this alert.

    Would love to know how to fix this or get ride of it, but we have other more important tasks.

    Thanks.

    Wednesday, June 19, 2019 6:40 AM