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The Metalogix has a very cool tool. With this tool you can migrate lists, sites and others itens. See http://www.metalogix.com/Products/Content-Matrix.aspx See too http://www.metalogix.com/help/Content%20Matrix%20Cons


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We have an internally built PowerShell that does this for libraries but doesn't take into account any metadata. My best bet would be to try a 3rd party software called Sharegate as it can take care of all your data, metadata included. We have used the software with 2 of our customers and it works like a dream. ( NOT employed by Sharegate )


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The Export-SPWeb command is available for your help http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607895.aspx another approach: SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { using (SPSite srcSite = new SPSite("http://srcSite1")) { using (SPWeb srcWeb = mrcSite.OpenWeb()) { SPList srcList = ...


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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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Not sure about quest but with the same concern to migrate public folders to SharePoint 2013, I tried Lepide Content Migration to SharePoint tool and it worked fine for me. If you wish, you can take a look at : http://www.lepide.com/lepidemigratordocuments/


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first, Make sure the Sync is configured to pickup the new OU. You can then try and run this Update-SPProfilePhotoStore -CreateThumbnailsForImportedPhotos 1 -MySiteHostLocation <siteurl>


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I don't mean to belittle everybody else's posts, but couldn't you just save these lists as templates w/ content and reimport them?


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As part of migration this library will get migrated as a Slide Library. Slide Library belongs to feature id {0be49fe9-9bc9-409d-abf9-702753bd878d} and it has the list template 2100. You can manually create a Slide Library by directly using the above information ...


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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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There are 3rd party applications that can do this for you. Not sure if you can take the Workflows also tho. SP 2010 WF are a bit different that 2013 WF and I don't know if it can be done.


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Well you can do this by copying the DB and then adding it to the newer one. you can write your own PowerShell that can do this for you. you can use 3rd part software like Metalogix, Sharegate, etc.



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