Migrating SharePoint WSS2.0 site to SharePoint Online and Backup the SharePoint Online

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This is a simple step by step guide to migrate an existing SharePoint WSS2.0 version site to SharePoint Online and then automate the process of SharePoint Online Backup to your local drive. Only the steps are given. You can search the internet for doing each step in detail.

SharePoint Migration

  1. Perform a backup of the existing site in WSS 2.0 using command line
  2. Set up a WSS 2.0 environment and copy across the newly created backup
  3. Restore the WSS 2.0 backup to your new environment
  4. Perform an in-place upgrade of WSS 2.0 to 3.0
  5. Export the site to Content Migration Package (CMP) files
  6. Import the site to SharePoint Online

 

Office 365 SharePoint Backup

  1. Install and Configure SharePoint workspace
  2. Backup entire site to template
  3. Synchronize a SharePoint workspace with a SharePoint site
  4. Synchronize a SharePoint workspace with a specific library or list
  5. Optimizing Workspace Storage
  6. Test the backup files
  7. Restore backup files to new site
  8. Verify the restored site
  9. Admin Training for backup and restore SharePoint online




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