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In short, the custom FBA can't be migrated to SharePoint Online! Try the free SharePoint Migration Tool to move the content, it now supports SharePoint 2010. Or try other paid migration tools like ShareGate. AvePoint. Read more at Migrate to sharepoint online.


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We use Sharegate and I've done several migrations from 2010 & 2013 on-prem to SP Online. It has migrated every OOTB web part EXCEPT Summary Link Web Parts. I've discussed this with their support and there's no plans to fix what I consider a gaping hole. We use SLWP to make pages easier to edit for the average SharePoint user and because it's flexible in ...


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Check Application Proxy Groups. Maybe the User Profile Service Application is missing from default group. Using PowerShell: # Prevent output trimming (...) $FormatEnumerationLimit = -1 # Get list of proxy groups Get-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup | select FriendlyName, Proxies | fl Using Central Administration: Application Management > Service ...


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If this is a production tenant, and if that were me, I'd open a support ticket. They should be able to reset the welcome page and determine whether any damage has been done. But if you want to go it alone, try running a Set-PnPHomePage after connecting to the admin site via PnP PowerShell. Since the admin pages are all _layouts pages, I'm not sure it'll ...


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Extending to above answer, adding couple of points for more broader picture. Infopath form is not supported on Modern experience. Efforts to convert classic site to modern sites would totally depends on list and library types you are using. I would suggest you to use scanner available at below link which provides list/libraries which are not ready for ...


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You will need to migrate your users from Classic to Claims. The easiest way to do this is with the Convert-SPWebApplication command in Powershell, or you can use the Move-SPUser command. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/upgrade-and-update/migrate-from-classic-mode-to-claims-based-authentication-in-sharepoint-2013


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Assuming you have a fairly standard SharePoint deployment without a lot of custom applications and custom integrations to other systems then the choice is simple; move to SharePoint Online like most others do. You'll need a migration tool to migrate existing SharePoint 2013 sites to new sites in SharePoint Online. Check out the Microsoft SharePoint ...


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As far as I understand, you just want to migrate the data. To lose the custom layout is acceptable. The SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool (SMAT) assesses pages prior to migration. The migration is then done with the SharePoint Migration Tool. The SharePoint Migration Tool reverts the custom layouts but migrates the content as statet here: Customized ...


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if you have verified your Domain in Online Environment (Tenant) and have synchronized accounts with the same UPN like user.name@domain.com to Online, you don't need users mapping table. This table is used only when you migrating from On-Premises to Online and the UPN is changed like: user.name@domain.com > user.name@domain.onmicrosoft.com I recommend you ...


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As part of the 2013 database attach is to upgrade all sites using Upgrade-SPSite as well as convert to claims using Convert-SPWebApplication. Yes, all master page and other features will break as part of this migration. Many of your 2010 site customizations cannot be carried forward regardless of how you migrate. MySites can be upgraded or migrated. ...


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Thousands of DBs? No. Do not migrate this to SharePoint. Again: no. If they are trying to get off their local servers and into the cloud, then investigate running SQL in Azure VMs or Azure SQL. (or cosmos DB, or Azure Data Lake, etc). SharePoint is NOT a relational database, and the thought of attempting that migration is painful. Also, do not try to re-...


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This is a very broad question. This depends on what kind of data you would like to migrate to SharePoint online. There is SharePoint online migration tool which you can use to migrate data from on-premise site to SharePoint online but no specific tool from ASP.NET to SharePoint online. SharePoint online does not support farm solutions or sandbox solution so ...


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Add a new SharePoint 2013 server (must be SharePoint 2013 w/ SP1 ISO, then update to your current patch level), add it to the farm, start Service Instances as appropriate, then remove your old server from the farm. Those are the basic steps to swap out a SharePoint server.


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I figured this out, another admin had installed a custom claims provider "AzureCP" as part of another task to integrate authentication with AzureAD. This solution has be installed to the GAC on each server in the farm, not just the WFEs. This broke the STS service on the non-WFE boxes and was causing this error.


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1.Yes, InfoPath is not supported in the Modern Site experience. 2.You can convert classic site to modern site by referring to the article below: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/transform/modernize-classic-sites


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If your custom solutions were delivered as .wsp files, you can export them from the old farm with the following PowerShell: (Get-SPFarm).Solutions | ForEach-Object{$var = (Get-Location).Path + “\” + $_.Name; $_.SolutionFile.SaveAs($var)} You can install them in the new farm with Add-SPSolution and Install-SPSolution. This approach won't fix any ...


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check is debugging is off in your web.config, it should be like this <SafeMode...... CallStack="true"> <customErrors mode="On"> <compilation batch="false" debug="false">


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I tried simply migration from FileSystem to SPO and the outcome is the same. It looks like the migration tool doing something inside. Probably if you want to figure it out, you'll need contact Microsoft.


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