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  • SharePoint Server Recovery software to instantly recovery of SharePoit database without any problem. The software supported by all versions of MS SharePoint Server and compatible with all versions of MS SQL Server.
    Versions Supported:
    MS SharePoint Server 2007, 2010 and 2013
    MS SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008, 2008 r2, 2012
    Operating System : Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server, and 2000

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Sharepoint 2007 backup & restore

  1. 1. 1<br />Backup & Restore <br />Michele Adamo<br /><br />
  2. 2. Sommario<br />Levels of Data Recovery<br />Content Recovery<br />Site Recovery<br />Disaster Recovery<br />
  3. 3. Levelsof Data Recovery<br />Content RecoveryRecovering a document or list by using the Recycle Bin or versioning<br />Site RecoveryRecovering from accidental deletion or data corruption of a site. Site recovery can be performed by site administrators<br />DisasterRecoveryPerforming recoveries (by using built-in tools or external tools or both) and possibly migrating a site, database, or farm to new hardware. Disaster recovery can be performed by farm administrators.<br />
  4. 4. ContentRecoveryVersioning<br />Losing data by overwriting a document<br />Document Library Settings > Versioning Settings<br />Major Versions<br />Also known as Simple Versioning. Each iteration becomes a full copy of the document with the versions numbered sequentially (1, 2, 3, …)<br />Major & Minor Versions<br />Use this option if you need to differentiate between Draft versions and Final/Publishedversions.<br />Read-only users can only view major versions<br />
  5. 5. ContentRecoveryRecycle Bin<br />Fist Stage Recycle BinIt provides an “un-delete” feature that allows end users with appropriate permissions to recover accidentally deleted files, documents, list items, lists, and document libraries from a site. <br />Second Stage Recycle BinWhen an item is deleted from the first-stage Recycle Bin, it can only be recovered by a site collection administrator from the second-stage Recycle Bin.<br />Site and site collection deletion is not managed through the Recycle Bins. <br />
  6. 6. Site Recovery<br />Directly recovering a deleted site is not available in MOSS.<br />Youmustplan Backup & Recoveryoperation.<br />
  7. 7. Site Recovery<br />
  8. 8. DisasterRecovery<br /><ul><li>Office SharePoint Server Components</li></li></ul><li>DisasterRecoveryBinaryFiles<br />Plan regular backups for both operating system files and Office SharePoint Server program files<br />keep copies of the installation disks for your operating system, SQL Server, Office SharePoint Server, and software updates.<br />
  9. 9. DisasterRecovery IIS Configurations<br />IIS Configurationforeachfront-end Web Server and ReportingServices Web Server<br />Application pool settings, including service accounts<br />HTTP compression settings<br />Time-out settings<br />Custom Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) filters<br />Computer domain membership<br />Internet Protocol security (IPsec) settings<br />Network Load Balancing settings<br />Host header entries<br />Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates<br />Dedicated IP address settings<br />
  10. 10. DisasterRecoveryConfiguration Database<br />Configurations are set in<br />Farm Config Database<br />CentralAdmin Site Content Database<br />Configuration settings in Office SharePoint Server include the following:<br />
  11. 11. DisasterRecoveryConfiguration Database<br />Restoring backups of the configuration databases taken from a running farm by using the tools built in to SharePoint Products and Technologies or SQL Server is not supported<br />SQL Backup & Restore Restore of Content Admin & Config DBMove all databases to a new server<br />you must stop the farm to ensure that no changes are madef this data is not synchronized, users might experience various random errors<br />Scripted SharePoint Farm Installation using PSConfig.exe and stsadm.exe<br />Installing Office SharePoint Server 2007 by using the command line (<br />Joel Oleson’s blog entry: Scripted, Unattended and Silent Installs(<br />Ben Curry’s blog entry: Scripted SharePoint Farm Installation using PSConfig.exe and stsadm.exe (<br />
  12. 12. DisasterRecoveryCustomizations<br />Customizations to SharePoint sites can include: <br />Master pages, page layouts and cascading style sheets. These objects are stored in the content database for a Web application.<br />Web Parts, site or list definitions, custom columns, new content types, custom fields, custom actions, coded workflows, or workflow activities and conditions.(Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft Sharedweb server extensions12)<br />Third party solutions and their associated binary files and registry keys, such as IFilters.<br />Changes to standard XML files.<br />Custom site definitions (webtemp.xml).<br />
  13. 13. DisasterRecoveryContent<br />Back up all content and Shared Services Provider (SSP) databases using:<br />Office SharePoint Server built-in tools<br />SQL Server<br />Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, <br />Third-party tools built on supported APIs<br />
  14. 14. Office SharePoint Server built-in tools<br />Office SharePoint Server provides two built-in backup and recovery tools:<br />Central Administration and the <br />Stsadm command-line tool<br />
  15. 15. Backup & RecoveryCentral Administration<br />
  16. 16. Backup & RecoveryStsadmcommand-line tool<br />
  17. 17. Backup & RecoverySQL Server<br />
  18. 18. Backup strategy recommendations<br />
  19. 19. Backup strategy recommendations<br />
  20. 20. Backup strategy recommendations<br />
  21. 21. Backup strategy recommendations<br />
  22. 22. Backup strategy recommendations<br />
  23. 23. Planning your disaster recovery strategy<br />
  24. 24. Determine likely recovery scenarios<br />As you plan your disaster recovery scenarios, determine what<br />common recovery scenarios:<br />Software updates<br />User errors<br />Server hardware failures<br />
  25. 25. Recommended backup standards<br />Start with the standards that follow for your production environment,<br />and adjust them to meet your needs over time.<br />Minimum!!Create a scheduled full backup of all content databases and frequent differential backups using any tool that backs up databases.<br />Run full backups of any affected content database before and after you perform any significant reorganization of your site<br />Document all configurations set in Central Administration<br />For each front-end Web server, document all IIS settings<br />Back up customizations<br />Carefully consider when to schedule your backups. During a backup, the resources that are being backed up cannot be written to, the system may also be slow in responding to requests. <br />test your backup and recovery process regularly to ensure that your administrators and operators are able to restore the system quickly. <br />
  26. 26. Recommended recovery environment<br />The recovery environment you require depends on the scenario for which you are<br />recovering content:<br />Recover an out-of-date site collection, site, or database to restore specific contentCreate a recovery farm to support this scenario<br />Recover a database or site collection to move it to a new locationMove your content directly to your new locationNew Location must have the same updates and software versions <br />Recover a database or site collection as part of an upgrade or migrationMove your content directly to your new locationNew Location must have the same updates and software versions<br />Recover a farmconfigure a failover farm that you can connect to your environment while you are recovering your primary farm<br />
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  28. 28. Data Protection Tools<br />Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007<br />AvePoint Backup & Recovery<br />Quest Recovery<br />Symantec Agent for SharePoint<br />Check if your Data Protection Software has an Agent for SharePoint!<br />