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I am not sure about the script why it is throwing the error, I would rather recommend you to post his Blog may be he will give you answer why it is failing. Did you check these commands from Gary. http://www.falchionconsulting.com/PowerShellViewer/Default.aspx I would also recommend you to use the 3rd party tools which have the atleaset 14 days trail. If ...
When you import the list content, it will add a new row with same information, It has happened to me many times.
Alternatively you could use Get-SPOGroups Here's an example $ctx = Get-SPOContext url username password Get-SPOGroups -Web $ctx.Web This will give you a list of groups and ids in the rootweb. If you need users there is also Get-SPOWebUsers Example $ctx = Get-SPOContext url username password Get-SPOWebUsers -Web $ctx.Web
Here is a tool that might help: http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/2007/11/import-export-copy-and-delete-list-items/ I'm not sure if the resulting export files can be opened in excel but it might be worth looking into.
When you change the terms in the term store, there is a timer job "Taxonomy update scheduler" which takes care of updating the list items which reference that particular term. You can run the job manually to update the list items. But do have a look at the below links. ...
There is the out-of-box solution to provide backup restore on app webs. Apps are separated from SharePoint, their backup and restore paths are also separate, i.e. you will not manage them from the B/R utilities that SharePoint provides. In most cases, you treat your entire SharePoint environment as a single solution, and so piecemeal restoration is not ...
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