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I finally got this working by creating the web application with my SP-Admin as a service account for the app pool in IIS. I know I shouldn't but since it is only for this very site collection in my dev environment, I'm fine with this "solution". Switching to another service account again resulted in a 404, so I leave it this way for now. I now can access ...


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sounds like a right mess! first thing todo is get your sitecollection out of locked mode if it is in that mode: goto server -> central admin -> application managment -> within site collections area click on Configure quotas and locks -> make sure you have the correct web application selected and the correct site collection selected within the drop down. ...


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In your Situation Only solution is restore the whole site collections from backup. If you have SQL backup of your content db, restore just before the groups got deleted. Then mount it to test farm /web app. then you need to move the group from the that site to production site...either manually or pragmatically. check this for move groups. ...


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What i understand your Production Farm's Build # 14.0.0.6106 and destination is 14.0.6029.1000, correct? also verfiry from central admin from both farm. 14.0.6029.1000 is the Sp1 level while 14.0.0.6106 June CU 2011 you dont need to downgrade the testing server rather upgrade it to june 2011 CU. Version mismatch is the only reason error.


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priyanka is correct, a site collection would create a new content database on the server which would have conflicting ID's using backup and restore. You would rather need to use export and import: Export-SPWeb http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607895(v=office.15).aspx Import-SPWeb ...


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You try to restore a site collection backup to the same content database from which the site backup was taken , there will be a GUID conflict. GUID for a site collection is unique and it gets stored along with the site collection backup.


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Couple of things to check: Make Sure Farm admin accounts having the write permission on the path. try to use different path Make sure the site is not locked check the ULS / Application Logs for clue. Also try to take the backup from powershell to isolate the issue. Backup-SPSite -Identity <SiteCollectionGUIDorURL> -Path <BackupFile> Some IIS ...


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Another solution is there. If you are only concern about single document library, then you can export it or you can save it as template(with Content) and download it in you as your backup file.


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There are many 3rd party tools available in the market which help you for item level recovery with less efforts. I am not big fan of DPM we tried it but rejected. I think DocAve get a lot of market reputation for the backup&recovery tool. For me backup is not issue but i want how quickly we restore the a file. here are the list of available tools, you ...


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That is certainly one option. Another option is to do individual site collection backups as well as full content db backups. This way, you can restore a single site collection to a separate farm, grab the file, then delete the site collection.


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There is the out-of-box solution to provide backup restore on app webs. Apps are separated from SharePoint, their backup and restore paths are also separate, i.e. you will not manage them from the B/R utilities that SharePoint provides. In most cases, you treat your entire SharePoint environment as a single solution, and so piecemeal restoration is not ...


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If you are wanting to import the list under the same site with the same name you can use -force which forcefully overwrites if it already exists. NB. This will overwrite what is currently there.


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Delete your web application. Create a new one. Take care that the authentication mode is identical with the initial web application in which your backed up site collection has been created. Do not directly assign your restored content database but let Sharepoint create a new (empty) content database. Next, from your Central Administration => Application ...



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