Updating the content type failed

06-Nov-2016 05:55

Today I was noticing on a few of our advertisements that all of our machines in the collection had received the “Program failed (download failed – content mismatch)” failure message.Upon receiving this error message, I came across a blog post by Matthew Boyd that referred to the following: Binary Differential Replication – If this is enabled in the package configuration, some packages seem to fail.Simply click the "Check Now" button and you'll be presented with a short message and detailed information regarding your Flash Player installation.

This can be turned off by opening up the package properties, going to the Data Source tab, and unchecking Enable binary differential replication.Important: To create site content types for a site, you must have Full Control for that site.To create site content types for the top-level site in a site collection, you must be a site collection administrator.Site content types help make it easy to provide consistency across a site.As a site owner, you create or customize a content type with the characteristics that you want, such as a certain template, specific metadata, and so on.

This can be turned off by opening up the package properties, going to the Data Source tab, and unchecking Enable binary differential replication.Important: To create site content types for a site, you must have Full Control for that site.To create site content types for the top-level site in a site collection, you must be a site collection administrator.Site content types help make it easy to provide consistency across a site.As a site owner, you create or customize a content type with the characteristics that you want, such as a certain template, specific metadata, and so on.Widely discussed when using MOSS 2007, the Content Type Sharing was always problematic, because once the Content Types are created in a single Site Collection, they cannot be shared among other Site Collections (there is no OOTB resource for that).