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their is no direct way to migrate from SharePoint 2003 to SharePoint 2013. Now you have two options. Method # 1 You have create sharepoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 and sharepoint 2013 Farms. As i said you cannot migrate it directly. So you have to 1st migrate to 2007 then 2010 finally in 2013. Method # 2 Use the 3rd party tools i.e ShareGate, metalogiz ...


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Yes. That is exactly what it is supposed to do. I do this on a normal basis to sync between production and test environments. Here is the Powershell code I use to do this: $dir = "\\backup\sharepoint\" $sourceSiteCollection = "https://sharepoint.old" $destinationSiteCollection = "https://sharepoint.new" $backupFilePrefix = "sitecollection_" #filter to ...


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Without using any third party software, you may leverage on Saving site as template. However, please be aware of the following limitations: Site collection and subsite should be backed up separately Limited to 50 MB User values will not be restored if they are not added into the sitecollection beforehand DateTime for the Created, Modified will not be ...


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For SharePoint Online, you must use a third party tool. I hesitate to name any of them because I do not endorse any particular one, and I don't want to leave anyone out. I will name a few to help you get started though: Megalogix, AvePoint, CloudAlly, LeapBackup. Keep in mind that Microsoft also currently performs backups for your tenant and keeps them for ...


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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 ...



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