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I dont see any issue if you remove the old server in couple of days.I did the same for 2010 farm.Here are steps I followed. Install SharePoint on New server( SharePoint version should be same as existing server add the service account into server i.e farm admin in local admin group...you can copy from existing server. Join the new server to farm. make sure ...


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Since the original site is in the same farm I would use the Backup-SPSite / Restore-SPSite commands. When the site is restored to a new location, it should be given a new ID. You can also see this happen sometimes when bringing in a content databases and the root site is not available (because the current DB contains the root site collection). When this ...


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As per my experience, I don't think you can make of a copy of content DB with in same farm even with the different web app. because it contains the site collections IDs which will remain same even making the copy. Config db have those ids that why you cant see any site collection in new restored db. You can restore it to different farm. In order to prove ...


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From your questions and comment, I understand you have a content Db with size of 1.7 TB along 328 Site collections. This is big content DB and it will take too much time, if you are not seeing any error then you have to wait. As a side note, I would highly recommend that split the database into multiple DBs. As per Best practice your db should be around ...


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There are many Ways to handle this. If you are good in Powershell, as per you requirements, create a script which will get the source location and destination Library location as well as source file name and destination file.couple of examples here : Link 1 link2 codeplex have a tools...SharePoint Multiple File Upload Script or SPFileZilla = FileZilla for ...


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Sharegate Migration tool allows migration of data from File System to be bulk moved to SharePoint. The tool also has metadata editing capabilities which can be used to set to change file properties. http://en.share-gate.com/


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There are a slew of options. Powershell - gives you the most flexibility with what you want to do 3rd party tools like Content Matrix from Metalogix, MetaVis from Metalogix amongst others Server side code - create console apps to import the data for you, much like Powershell, gives you control over what you want to do.


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Change the path to include reference from 15 hive i.e private const string _ascxPath = @"~/_CONTROLTEMPLATES/15/


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I can menage after ad to Alternate Mapping Default adress for my Developer Server. And it works.


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I find out a Solution On it. I have got not configure my Sharepoint Developer Web Appication as server site. Not as 127.0.0.1 :)


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I was able to get my solution upgraded from a 2010 project to 2013 using the following. Note that this will update your solution to use the new 2013 API. It is possible to update just the project file but still run in 2010 mode. First edit your .csproj file (for c#). Modify the target framework to this: ...


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I think you need to access the sharepoint in both farm( central admin as well as SQL access).what you have to do. Create a WebApplication at SPF2010 farm You need to configure the customization, authnetication and AAM settings. Now Backup the Database from SQL server 2003 and restore it to SPF 2010 Databae. If your DB size is greater than the supported on ...


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Upgrading to Project Server 2013 from Project Server 2010 can be separated into the following sequential phases: Create the Project Server 2013 farm Copy the required databases from the Project Server 2010 farm Restore the databases to the computer that is running SQL Server that is hosting your Project Server 2013 databases Upgrade the databases Upgrade ...


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To migrate a Project Service Application 2010 to 2013, I know only one supported method and that is Database Attach Upgrade to 2013. To confirm this fact you can check this article where all the approach of migrating service applications is listed among which Project Service Application is also listed. Approaches to migrating your service applications The ...


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How you migrate from SharePoint 2010 to Office 365? i think either you use 3rd party tool or manually move the data. In manaually migration, idont think you can retian it but if you are using the 3rd party tools then they have option to retain the GUID. i.e ShareGate have a feature called "Migrate content with their Document IDs"



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