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I assume you have a two tier farm with one Web Front End (WFE)/application server and one SQL Server. I also assume you will add a single application server and moving application task (services) from the WFE to the new application server. My third assumption is that you will configure a second WFE and add both WFE's to Network Load Balancer (NLB). This ...
Are you using the MMS in your Publishing Site? I have never done a publishing project without some use of MMS, as a result, you need to upgrade MMS along with your publishing site or you will orphan the terms. As for search, have you created any Managed Properties that you wish to retain? If so you need a plan for upgrading those.
Firstly, there is no clear answer to it...it depends! Secondly, why would you care migrating the service applications like User Profile since you will not be using it in future? User profiles service application is combination of Social tagging DB + Profile DB + Sync DB so consider SharePoint applications (Content Databases) which are dependent upon User ...
I resolved the error by deleting the site collection in the new SharePoint 2013 farm and confirmed this by running Test-SPContentDatabase again. The orphan site error was no longer being reported.
It's hard to tell to be honest without looking. Also I am curious as to why you are migrating to 2007 today. You should look into SharePoint 2013. Check out tools to do the migration sometimes it can be a lot more cost effective. http://en.share-gate.com has a free trial for 15 days that could probably get you migrated.
As long as the server is running Enterprise, you'll have no 'conflict'. UserLicensingEnabled = false just means that you have not enabled the licensing separation -- in other words, all users must have a Standard + Enterprise CAL for this particular farm (versus enabling user licensing and assigning them to a Standard-only license). MSDN only has ...
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