Error: Workspace already exists in status column of Collaboration Manager

Error: Workspace already exists in status column of Collaboration Manager


An error occurs during workspace creation and the site is not generated. The value "Workspace already exists" is displayed in the status column.


The SiteCollection has already been created with the same URL.


Delete SiteCollection from the SharePoint Administration Console, then use Powershell to remove it from the Recycle Bin.
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