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How to upgrade from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 – a quick guide
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This is a presentation showing how SharePoint administrators can upgrade SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. Vyapin also offers a tool allowing administrators to migrate SharePoint 2010 content to …

This is a presentation showing how SharePoint administrators can upgrade SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. Vyapin also offers a tool allowing administrators to migrate SharePoint 2010 content to SharePoint 2013.

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  • How to upgrade from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 – A quick guide
  • Run health checks
  • Create a new SharePoint 2013 Farm
  • Copy SharePoint 2010 databases – Content database & Service Application database
  • Upgrade the Service Applications and databases
  • Upgrade Content databases
  • Upgrade the Site Collections
  • Upgrade the Site Collections

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  • 1. How to upgrade from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 – A quick guide A Vyapin Software Systems Private Limited presentation
  • 2. Run health checks • Before each upgrade the Site Collections administrators must run health checks to identify and repair errors that can affect the upgrade • After all health checks return results with all clear the Site Collection can give the go ahead for upgrade
  • 3. Create a new SharePoint 2013 Farm • Install the pre-requisites for SharePoint 2013 • Setup the SharePoint 2013 Farm • Set the older SharePoint Farm to read-only
  • 4. Copy SharePoint 2010 databases – Content database & Service Application database • Back up the existing SharePoint 2010 service application database and the content database into the 2010 Farm • Use the SQL Server backup and restore process to restore the backed up files to the new SharePoint 2013 Farm • Set the new Farm as Read-Write, to allow changes
  • 5. Upgrade the Service Applications and databases • Configure service applications to use the new Farm • Create equivalent SharePoint 2013 Web applications for each application in SharePoint 2010 Farm. During this procedure, the URLs and Port numbers used by Web applications in SharePoint 2010 are reused for the Web applications created in SharePoint 2013 • Create SharePoint 2013 customizations similar to the ones existing in SharePoint 2010
  • 6. Upgrade Content databases • Test the existing database using the cmdlet “Test-SPContentDatabase” to identify errors and the missing components • Deploy the missing components • After all errors have been eliminated, attach the content databases to their Web applications using the cmdlet “Mount-SPContentDatabase”
  • 7. Upgrade the Site Collections • Before Site owners can upgrade their Sites, the Farm administrator must upgrade the MySite host • The SiteUpgrade option under Site Settings can be used to begin the upgrade • After all errors have been eliminated, attach content databases to their Web applications using the cmdlet “Mount-SPContentDatabase”
  • 8. Check the Site Collections • Site Collections administrators must run health checks to identify and repair errors that may have occurred during the upgrade