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It's not straight forward, and can be troublesome trying to restore them. If you restore over the top of your existing deployment - things usually work. Your support databases will/should still be in sync with your content (assuming recent backup being restored). If you try to restore to a different site or farm, things tend to not go as well (it's not as ...
Although i would strongly recommend against this workaround that i tried, i was able to restore my backup which had failed this version check. Open your *.bak file or the backup file in VS2013...It might take a while to open...If you have a good disassembler or one of those good old days tools used by s/w cr**kers, you can use them to edit the file. Ignore ...
You can use the [Force] Paramter. Force = Specify to overwrite an existing backup file if it already exists. Your command should be looks like this Backup-SPSite -Identity http://xyz -Path D:\SP_BACKUPS\test.bak -force
I dont think their is any way to peform the incremental backups on the Site collections level. The Backup-SPFarm cmdlet creates a backup for the entire farm or individual components within the farm. It can also be used to back up just the configuration settings of a farm to be used as a farm template for other SharePoint farms. If you want to back ...
are you trying to backup the site collection of farm? Looks like it is farm back up. When the url parameter is used, a backup of the site collection is created. However when the backupmethod parameter is used, a backup of an individual database, Web application, or the entire farm can be created. Their is one more property which can help you ...
Another question on this site did have my answer. Thought I had tried everything! This worked. http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/125228/43132 $w = get-spwebapplication http://[urltodestinationwebapp] $w.GrantAccessToProcessIdentity("[destdomain\restoreaccount]")
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