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looks like their is missing updates or missing PSconfig wizard.from the versions numbers, one farm is on Service Pack 1 and one is on May 2015 CU. I think one farm get the updates and other is still behind. You have to apply same update on 2nd farm. Check more about version numbers here: http://www.toddklindt.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=346
You don't need a new DNS server, rather you need to update the DNS record. Right now your URL /DNS pointing to the sharepoint 2010 wfe. After migrating you have to point those DNS to sp2013 wfe.
When publishing features (web or site collection scoped) get activated it becomes unsupported to save your site as a template. That is exactly happened in your scenario. If you want to use "save your site as a template" then don't activate publishing features on web or site collection level.
You've ran into this problem 3 hours before me going by the time of your post. Apparently one of the issues is that in IE11 you have to turn on compatibility mode. Once I did that it worked, and then I had to select "Get filter values" rather than parameters in order to get the list of filter options. I hope that helps!
I would recommend using a 2 server farm. One server is to be used as WFE role and Second server can be used as APP Server & DB Server. Both Servers can use 8 Core CPU and 16 GB RAM. Hard Disk space needs to be allocated more on the Second server because that is where all the user data will get stored.
As per you requirment you fall under the small farm, which is good upto 1000 users. As per MSFT recomendation. Two Web Front end(Load Balance) and also act as App server for the services. All services and Websites on these server. One Dedicated DB server. But as per My experince with zero fault tolerance, what we implemented. Two Web Front end(Load ...
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