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These answer the question 1 - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj938033(v=office.15).aspx 2 - http://blog.ciaops.com/2013/07/using-site-template-with-new-site.html Please look at my comments for more info.


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I've had this discussion with Microsoft Support in June 2014. They told me that backups are performed on all site collections on a daily basis and kept for 14 days. In order to get a restore to happen you need to add a service request from your Office 365 tennant admin center (support link in the left navigation). Unfortunately they can only restore on ...


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I can't see that you have run the SharePointBAC.ps1 in your script, which is downloaded from the Codeplex page SharePoint Backup Augmentation Cmdlets. The scripts Get-SPBackupCatalog Set-SPBackupCatalog Remove-SPBackupCatalog Export-SPBackupCatalog is not out-of-the-box native cmdlets in SharePoint Management Shell or PowerShell ISE with the reference of ...


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That is not an official SP commandlet You can download it on codeplex https://sharepointbac.codeplex.com/ After downloading you install it by running the "SharePointBAC.ps1" included in the download Further Documentation


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The Backup-SPFarm command should use a network share where The service accounts, Farm accounts and SQL Server service accounts have Full Control access to the share. This is because SharePoint uses SQL commands for running parts of the backup and these execute in SQL Server's context. More information: Prepare to back up and restore farms in SharePoint ...


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Couple of things to consider for backup. What is tolerance level for recovery? How much the customization you have, using the Solution Package or direct editing using designer Web.config changes Direct(not recommended) or using the Central Admin or SharePoint API. How Big the farm. Now as per your information, I would recommend, two methods. Before ...


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Create standard windows scheduler task and run batch file with your PowerShell commands: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc721871.aspx http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2035193/how-to-run-a-powershell-script


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You can try: Configuring a SQL job to backup the content databases - as opposed to SharePoint's backup commandlets or Use a Windows Scheduled Task to run your Powershell commands For the scheduled task I usually have two files: backup.bat - with the commandline below, that executes the second file ...


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I would like to credit user19952 for pointing me in the right direction. I tried to set the primary and secondary site collection admins by using PowerShell commands instead of via Central Admin. It appeared that user "sp_admin" was now being recognised as a different user to what it was before. (Perhaps some kind of cache within SharePoint was cleared when ...


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When you Export and Import the List /Library with the IncludeUserSecurity, Normal assumption is that any permissions on the list would be preserved. In other words, if my source list was not inheriting permissions on the list itself, a folder, or an individual item, then those custom permissions should carry over when I import the list to a new web. ...


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simply schedule the below Power-shell script using SQL Agent Job or Windows Scheduler you can append all other site export inside this powershell file note that it will generate the new file name based on current date so you must have other job to delete them weekly or use the SQL agent Cleanup $baseFileName = "FinalSITE" ...


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I have not tried this scenario my self - but I suspect the issue lies in the the bitflags for files and SQL server. The file system or SQL does not know or care that you deleted the files, what they know is they have run a Full backup and some Diffs, and their flags are set accordingly. If you want to capture a backup failure you can do so in the ...



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