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Another tool that you could use is Migration Manager Microsoft Docs have documented a complete review of the Tool and there's a step by step guide for you to follow in order to complete the Migration. Setup Migration Manager agents Create a migration task with Migration Manager Monitor and report in Migration Manager


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As mentioned, SharePoint Migration Tool is a good choice. Download and install the SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT) Then create a migration task with SPMT and after that you could Monitor and Report migration tasks. Reference: SPMT-supported features


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Use SharePoint Migration Tool. It is a free tool from Microsoft and does a very decent job with excellent logs to verify each file migration status. It uses SharePoint Migration API to perform super fast migration. For simple file share migration, It is one of my favourite tool. It is very easy to use.


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This answer is just an extension / special case of the answer from @Mohamed El-Qassas MVP♦ In our case the script Get-SPContentDatabase | ?{$_.NeedsUpgrade -eq $true} | Upgrade-SPContentDatabase did not work first at all, because Get-SPContentDatabase (without specifying the ID of the problematic DB explicitly) did not returned the content DB suffering from ...


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First of all,make sure the database name and database server is totally right when you mount it. After running powershell Mount-spcontentdatabase, does the CurrentSiteCount show as 0?


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Yes, it's possible to define Classic view in O365, if this is your requirement; recently (last month), I have some demand with similar requirement, moving one Site Collection from SharePoint 2013 OnPremises to Online, and I get these conclusions: In branding: master pages, style library, imagens, needs attention for relative URL references. The styles with ...


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