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I am in the process of migrating a salesforce community from the dev sandbox to full sandbox. I have successfully created and validated all required Components Available in Change Set, (https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=changesets_about_components.htm&type=5), except the asset file component. After adding the Asset file component to my change set and uploading, I get the "No managing workspace specified" error when I try to validate and the validation fails. Any pointers on what I might be missing or the correct process to add asset files to change sets and successfully validate and deploy will be highly appreciated.

Thanks, Maumau

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    Can you check where the assets are being used in the community?Can you check if these are part of the Unsupported Settings and Features listed in help.salesforce.com/… . If so, you need to remove the assets file from the change set and then manually upload them once the changeset is validated? – Swetha Nov 16 '20 at 6:39
  • Thanks Swetha. I had to do a manual upload. – MauMau 254 Jan 22 at 21:40
  • Thanks for confirming @MauMau. I have posted this information as an answer so that others facing the same issue might find it helpful. Thank you – Swetha Jan 23 at 13:55
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You need to check where the assets are being used in the community. In case these are part of the Unsupported Settings and Features listed in documentation, you need to remove the assets file from the changeset and then manually upload them once the changeset is validated.

Copying unsupported from documentation

  • Navigational and featured topics
  • Audience targeting
  • Dashboards and engagement
  • Recommendation images
  • Branding panel images in Experience Builder

The following Administration settings in Experience Workspaces:

  • The Account field in the Registration section of the Login and Registration area
  • The Select which login options to display option in the Login section of the Login and Registration area
  • The Settings area
  • The Rich Publisher Apps area

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