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For now this is what I get from another forum: For working with SPO we need SharePoint Server 2013 Client Components SDK. After that we can start to work with SPO, exsample to get context, and get all properties of site: siteUrl = "https://yourtenantname-admin.sharepoint.com"; userName = "you@company.com"; password = "password"; using (ClientContext ...


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The documents are stored locally, so anyone with access to your computer would have access to those documents like they were any other locally stored document. There is a minute amount of network traffic as the sync has to check if it's up to date regularly. The only way to really risk losing the information (and this involves willful, perhaps laboriously ...


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While Restoring you can activate PowerShell switch -verbose. This will provide on screen information about what is actually happening during the Restore Process. Restore-SPSite -Identity <SiteCollectionURL> -Path <Backup file> [-DatabaseServer <DatabaseServerName>] [-DatabaseName <ContentDatabaseName>] [-HostHeader <Host ...


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SnapShot recovery not supported for the SharePoint because their are many things which are time sensitive align with Config db, which upset with snapshot recovery. You should read the below blogpart 1 and 2, which explain the why it is not good idea. Another thing, you dont have the backup at the same time which again cause many problems. SharePoint vs. ...



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