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As Per my Experience InPlace upgrade without backward compatibility. But we did a little change to reduce the down time. We have tons of Content DB with more than 10TB of data. Here are the steps we followed. Install bits(SP) on all SharePoint server Now Run the Upgrade content-Database for each Content DB. Now Run the Config Wizard, one by one on all ...


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Generally you want to go with approach #1. Running with backwards compatibility for long periods of time is not recommended, and does not actually "upgrade" your farm (it does not upgrade the schema on the databases, for example). Unless you have a very large farm in terms of number of servers, or have an unusual requirement to be able to leverage backwards ...


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Unfortunately there is no clean/ easy way to uninstall of SP, Because Services packs not only SharePoint Server but also upgrade the Database Schema. If there is any kind of corruption then you need to rebuild the whole farm. Now I am going to Share some lesson learnt from my experience. Create a List of test Cases ( depending upon the functionality ...


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Before upgrading to SP1 in production, you should backup your farm. Backup each of the SQL databases and backup each server in the farm. There isn't a safe "undo" option for removing service packs except for restoring backups, etc.


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How many Servers in the Farm? Web site mentioned in the error ( ****.local80) still exist and working? If you have more than one server in farm, simply copy the web.config file from other server for same Virtual directory and re ran the Config wizard. Or Simply delete the Web Application( i am sure your web app not working as missing web.config) or re ...


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When upgrading to SharePoint 2013 from 2010, you can choose to move only your content databases or you can upgrade some of your old services as well. The services that you can upgrade is the following: Secure Store service application Business Data Connectivity service application Managed Metadata service application User Profile service application ...


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As You said, you dont want to use Kwiz solution in 2013. You have to remove/ uninstall that solution in 2010 completely. this way all refrence from content database gone. I highly recommend you to remove the twitter add-on as well. make it clean migration. Once you removed both then run the test-spcontentdatabase to check the potentail issue. If nothing ...


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I resolved this error by changing the SharePoint 2010 Timer account to a local administrator account. At first it was configured to use my SharePoint Farm Account "SP_Farm". I changed the SharePoint 2010 Timer account to log on as "Local System" and retried upgrading the SharePoint license. This time it worked. After the upgrade I reconfigured the ...



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