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In SharePoint 2013, sites can be created either in SP 2010 mode or SP 2013 mode. So, SP 2010 compatible WSPs can be deployed to 14 hive by specifying the compatibility mode in SP 2013. Therefore a SP 2010 mode site will work properly. However, if the idea is to use SP 2013 based site, then the custom solutions should be upgraded. If you have VS 2012 or 2013 ...


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Here are the steps you should follow Take a backup of the MOSS 2007 SSP and the My Site databases through SQL Server. Restore the SSP database as Profile DB and the My Site Content database as WSS_Content_MySites in the SharePoint 2010 -SQL Server instance. Create a Web Application through SharePoint 2010 Central Administration to host My Site. Attach and ...


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Depending on the size of the existing farm one can plan the migration process accordingly. If SharePoint is categorized as a critical application, then detailed planning is required. Its always nice to setup a test migration plan, and execute it to find out if the migration will be smooth. This also helps to find out what to expect, downtime etc. This also ...


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its related to your web.config! i presume it hasnt changed as of yet. Goto your site web.config on the server: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories look for the folder that your site is within, the folder is named by the port number it uses! go into the folder and look for web.config can you see other web.configs???? like web.bak or usually it ...



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