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We currently migrated from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2019 with modern UI pages.

The problem we're now facing is kinda special.

To bring all pages into modern UI we took a hook via SharePoint Online and migrated those pages from SharePoint Online to SharePoint on-Premise.

My problem now is, that every link on a pages comes with:

https://DOMAIN/sites/SITECOLLECTION/Previous_SOMENAME.aspx

The part Previous_ in the pages name heads to broken links. The correct path would be:

https://DOMAIN/sites/SITECOLLECTION/SOMENAME.aspx.

Any ideas how to solve that with PowerShell or something similar?

I'd like to avoid doing it manually because there are about 200 affected pages.

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Did you manage to “bring all pages into modern UI”? As far as I know, that’s currently not possible for SharePoint on-premise. And how did you migrate from SharePoint Online to SharePoint 2019?

It is not supported to change page URL (with PowerShell) for the time being, either SharePoint Online or on-premise.

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  • A colleague of mine did this with a 3rd Party Tool called ShareGate. I'm currently not that familiar with this tool. Most of the times I simply use it to migrate from onPrem to online, not vice versa. – airliner Dec 17 '19 at 13:38

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