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When you Export and Import the List /Library with the IncludeUserSecurity, Normal assumption is that any permissions on the list would be preserved. In other words, if my source list was not inheriting permissions on the list itself, a folder, or an individual item, then those custom permissions should carry over when I import the list to a new web. ...


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I think there are two issues here. The first one is power outage. To prevent the servers (and all the network equipment which you need them to be able to answer requests ...) to die when the power fails, you need uninterruptible power supplies. They are pretty cheap and keep the servers alive for a couple of minutes until power returns. They also protect ...


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Is it the front/app servers we are concerned about, or is it the SQL? You could create a farm where all roles (web app, application, crawl, index) are distributed to at least 2 servers (and where SQL is mirrored on two servers). I'm not sure about "within seconds", but if you configure mirroring correctly the SharePoint databases will know of the ...


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Actualy microsoft does not support the restoration of the configuration database by using the built-in backup and restore functionality. From the other side the configuration database contains data about the following: SharePoint databases Internet Information Services (IIS) web sites Web applications Trusted solutions Web Part packages Site templates Web ...


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As MSFT does not support the restore of Config DB. But if you took the proper measure before hand I mean put the farm in read only mode then using sql backup & restore you will be fine. One thing when you recover it, please clear the config cache. But may i ask why you need to restore the config database as a test or real need? Because if for some ...


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We do it all the time to sync our environments. You just have to plan for an outage or put it in a Read-Only state. SQL Management studio can be used to Backup / Restore the Content DB. So can Powershell: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff628582(v=office.15).aspx After a restore the DB, the farm acts as it should, yes. Use Central Admin to ...


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When you are using site collection backup it will create ".BAK" by default and if you exporting a list or site it will create .cmp file. .BAK: The BAK file type is primarily associated with 'Backup'. .CMP is the Content Migration Package for Microsoft Sharepoint.When a Sharepoint website is backed up, a .CMP file is created. File usually contains; Library ...



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