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I would go with the new service account, i am sure it is not best practice to share the account between the farms. Managing the password of the farm admin account with two farms is big issue. if you locked out the account, both farm will go down. But if you are going to decommission the sharepoint 2010 farm as soon as migration completed then i may do ...


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Here some general steps might helps you to get this job done manually, take a backup of the content database and restore it, then create new web application and site collection in SharePoint 2013. After that remove the content database from this web application. Then select the newly created web application and click on the database which is on the left ...


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Before doing any changes it is always a good idea to perform and validate a fully system and content backup. In content database attach method, you have to first create and configure a SharePoint 2013 farm. After that copy the content and service application databases from the SharePoint 2010 farm, and then attach and upgrade the databases. Check this ...


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If you staying within same active directory then no need to worry about it. Whatever method you select either Content DB move or 3rd party migration. One thing, how you move your User profile service.https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj839719.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396


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Why do you need a third party tool?! You can migrate the site directly from 2007 to 2010 and then from 2010 to 2013. Read this article.


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I've used xplica with success. I don't recall the price, but I think it may have been in that range.


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For Office 365 you need to upgrade your database to Microsoft Access 2010. Once the database is saved in Access 2010 format, you can publish it by opening it in Access and selecting Save & Publish from the File menu (Backstage View). Under the Publish heading, there is the option to Publish to Access Services. Also it is recommended to first check ...


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The Windows PowerShell Convert-SPWebApplication cmdlet in SharePoint 2013 converts classic-mode web applications to claims-based web applications. This article will help you to convert SharePoint 2010 Products or SharePoint 2013 classic-mode web applications to claims-based authentication or create new claims-based web applications in SharePoint 2013. ...


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You can try following script to rename provider. I have used it while migrating one domain to separate domain. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell $web = Get-SPWeb -identity "http://Web Application URL" $user = $null $newuserID = $null $OlduserID = $null $OlduserID = 'i:0#.f|provider_old\{LoginName}' $newuserID = ...


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If using the database attach method to migrate content from a 2010 farm to a 2013 farm, then you'll want to either convert the 2010 web application to claims mode before the move, then migrate the databases to a claims mode 2013 web application (this is Microsoft's recommendation), or create a classic mode web application using PowerShell in 2013, attach the ...


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What you'll do is make sure SharePoint 2007 is patched to Service Pack 3. Build a SharePoint 2010 farm (any patch level, or RTM, will work), then subsequently, build a SharePoint 2013 SP1 farm. When the migration process starts, moving data to SharePoint 2010, mark the SharePoint 2007 sites as Read Only (or mark the Content Databases as Read Only in SQL or ...


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You'll want a domain trust in place. Create a new farm as you plan on doing, and restore the content databases/service application database as applicable to the new farm. For users, are you migrating them between domains with SID History? If so, the source account must be disabled, otherwise you break the Microsoft security model by having more than one ...


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You can export the tables in Access to SharePoint Online. Right-click on the table and select Export -> SharePoint List -> Enter SharePoint URL I don't think there's a way to do the entire database at once, so you'll need to do each table. Reference: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/export-an-access-table-to-a-sharepoint-online-list.html


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You could log into your Azure subscription and navigate to your relevant Storage Account and select blobs to view the contents. Or you could use PowerShell: Import-Module Azure $subscriptionName = "YourSub" $StorageAccount = "yourstorageaccount" $container = 'some container' Add-AzureAccount Select-AzureSubscription -SubscriptionName $subscriptionName ...



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