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Turns out, the comment is very important. My previous comment was "Checked in during Migration." I believe the extra "." was causing the issue. When I changed the checkin comment to "Migration", it worked. Keep the comment simple.


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This script uses PowerShell to copy all files and folders from one document library to another document library. This script will allow you to copy an entire document library, along with user-defined metadata from one site collection to another. $ver = $host | select version if($Ver.version.major -gt 1) {$Host.Runspace.ThreadOptions = "ReuseThread"} if(!(...


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Can you already see the file uploaded to the real Sharepoint site? (this is not an answer, for now I can't post a comment)


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Your code returns result in ClientResult format. Use [System.IO.Stream($file.OPenBinaryStream().Value) May it helps you.


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Another option is to use the Site Content & Structure tool that is available under Site Settings. On the Site Content and Structure page, select the item or multiple items to move. Click Actions, and then click Move. In the Move dialog box, select a destination and then click OK.


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To do so, select a file located in a subfolder and drag&drop it onto the Document Library shortcut in the Left Pane. I found this video from European Sharepoint Community that explains very well how to do it. This video tutorial covers: moving a file from the root of Document Library to a subfolder in the same Document Library, moving a file from a ...



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