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I did this a while back, and it's a little fuzzy, but I think your web application has to have the URL "http://abd.spdev", whereas I see you're trying to restore it to the Port 80 web application. Restore it as a site collection to the Port 80; if it's an empty web application, restore it as "" or if there's already something there, try "". If you want to ...


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In your sitution i would prefer the Content Database Attach approach. Install sharepoint on server(same version/build level) Configure the farm create Services Applications Create Web Application (as per requirement) Deploy all the customitzation/wsp you have in production now backup the content Database from Prodction(multi Server farm) restore on the ...


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Two things if you are exporting / importing the site with .bak extension then sometime it cause the issue. I would recommend, perform a fresh backup using the powershel. Backup-SPSite http://server_name/sites/site_name -Path C:\Backup\site_name.bak Once you move the .bak files to dev server, then run the restore command. Restore-SPSite ...


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It's not the answer you are looking for, but no. The site is not just made up of the files you see, but also data stored in the database. The 2007 SPD backup feature was able to get that information but 2010 has no way to access it.



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