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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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I always employ the drag and drop method suggested by Tom. Easiest enough for my end users to do themselves and I still have the version history.


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If the move is between same server Activate the site collection feature SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure. Go to the Site Settings page of the desired site which the Wiki Page libraries locate on, Click on Content and structure shows up under Site Administration. Select the page and use content menu to move the page to another library Different ...


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There are many things to consider when migrating to SP online. Things most important to ask are what functionality to you currently have and can the cloud support it. Not everything in an on-premises installation can be done online. You need to do a complete analysis as suggested here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh852518.aspx ...


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Their are couple of ways to download the documents from SharePoint Document library. Using the Explorer view, you can drag and drop the documents to local directory. UNC mapping to the SharePoint document library and drag/drop documents to a file share. You could refer this blog for details. This is simplest way but it will not display files that exceed ...


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Try this codeplex solution or this one They are applicatiosn that connect to the SharePoint content Database and extract the files. They aren't targeted at the 2013 version but should work with a few modifications. These programs have the benefit of needing only the Content Database, as opposed to a working farm.



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