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The way which we normally follow is via Site Backup and Restore. This will be done first time. Then going forward the future releases are scripted using PowerShell.


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Agreed with above suggestions, there is no direct upgrade method from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2016 using the standard tools. A double-hop jump, from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 and then onto SharePoint 2016, may make sense or use a third party SharePoint migration tool to migrate directly from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2016. you should also ...


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It turns out that the answer to my question was answered by Eric. Data can be moved from one library to another simply by using Content and Structure in Site Settings. NOTE: The error I mentioned in my comments is still occurring, but only on my Office 365 site. I will research that as a separate issue. NOTE: The "SharePoint Server Publishing" feature ...


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It is same like any other migration / upgrade from one environment to other environment. Set up you Azure( create the resource group, VHD, Servers etc) Install the SharePoint in azure Configure your IP Move the database to Azure Attach to the SharePoint. test it here are couple of reference to check: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/...


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If you are just looking for migrating the content databases, you can use SharePoint 2013 Foundation to attach the DBs from SP2010.


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No you have to migrate to 2013 first. The only ways to do it directly ie skipping 2013 is by doing it manually or by using some third party tool or building a tool by yourself. See this official Microsoft Post Extract from above Post. Upgrade and Migration SharePoint Server 2016 will support upgrade from SharePoint Server 2013. To upgrade from ...


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Yes, through PowerShell. Phil Childs posted the article Export and import/create site columns in SharePoint using PowerShell back in 2011. Basically you export your site columns to an XML-file in your test environment, and import the XML to production. Export: $sourceWeb = Get-SPWeb http://portal $xmlFilePath = "C:\Install\Script-SiteColumns.xml" #Create ...


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The following PowerShell script will extract the solutions for you from the old farm and drop them into a folder. You can then add the one you need to the new farm. [Void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint") $farm = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPFarm]::Local $path = Split-Path $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path [...


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The fastest way is to use the "Open in Explorer" feature in the document libraries in the ribbon both in 2007 and 2016. Copy the files from 2007 source to 2016 destination and you're done. This is true if you don't need author or version information to remain the same. Author will be the one who copies the files, and version will be set to 0.1 (if ...


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If you can download the document from BOX to local drive than you should try below steps to upload documents to SharePoint Online Document Library Copy your SharedPoint document library URL for example, http://spsite.sharepoint.com/Shared Documents Open Windows Explorer, right click My Computer and select Map Network Drive Choose drive letter ...



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