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Remove WF Configuration Database

Question asked by waryoldguy on May 23, 2017
Latest reply on May 28, 2017 by Enrico Knapp

We are testing an upgrade from 2013 to 2016 SharePoint. One of our WF Content databases was accidentally set to be the WF Config database. We need to remove it but there is no documentation on this.


We retracted Nintex solutions, and removed the database from SQL Server. We cannot now deploy the Nintex solutions. Does anyone have any ideas. We are thinking of uninstalling Nintex entirely and re-installing it. Any ideas would be most appreciated.