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We have one requirement we want to extract around 100GB data from SharePoint 2007 library files and metadata into physical location.

If any interruption while downloading files we have to resume from that scratch.

Since it is SP 2007 we are unable to move with PowerShell/ CSOM.

My Idea would be console application, Please suggest me if any other options to accomplish this task.

What I have tried:

Investigated with CSOM and PowerShell approaches but using both the approaches we are unable to accomplish this task.

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Using PowerShell,you can create backup or template file using Export object.

So here is Approaches,

  1. Using PowerShell/CSOM/SOM: Get Library object and iterate each items property, insert in csv and download linked files.

  2. Using Hybrid(PowerShell+OOTB):It will save your time, Download files using PowerShell and then using "Export to Excel" option given in Library ribbon. enter image description here

  3. Use 3rd party Applications like ShareGate or this.

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  • Hi anil pal, using Export Excel in ribbon it exports the latest version only but we need all versions. – naveen sanagasetti Sep 28 '16 at 5:22
  • Using Export Excel, u will get excel of library. for documents and previous versions use powershell – Anil Pal Sep 28 '16 at 6:15
  • check out this – Anil Pal Sep 28 '16 at 6:18
  • hi anil, i just updated my question i request you to kindly recheck and provide your valuable comments on the same. – naveen sanagasetti Sep 28 '16 at 8:03
  • just for information, do you want backup(.bak or .cmp) or file hierarchy to be downloaded? – Anil Pal Sep 28 '16 at 10:34

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