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Month: June 2015

New Information Available on High Speed Migration for SharePoint Online

New Information Available on High Speed Migration for SharePoint Online

Within the last couple days, the content publishing team in charge of the high speed migration materials have published a significant amount of content to TechNet. There is new information now on the PowerShell commands necessary to run the migration jobs and in addition there are two new PowerShell commands you can use to monitor the job status. Get-SPOMigrationJobStatus Get-SPOMigrationJobProgress What is nice is that the team have now created a landing page for all the SharePoint Online Migration Content,…

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Don’t toss your PowerShell results for your high-speed migration

Don’t toss your PowerShell results for your high-speed migration

Updated July 2nd: Recently published information on MSDN does a good job of explaining what the powershell commandlets are doing when they’re submitting the Migration Jobs to the Service provided by Office 365. It also goes into futher detail about the SAS tokens and the required permissions. Find the Article Here: CreateMigrationJob Some users of the High Speed Migration commandlets for Powershell have been complaining that they’re unable to get the final step to work if they toss the results…

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Just Published: SharePoint Online Preview Command-Lets on TechNet

Just Published: SharePoint Online Preview Command-Lets on TechNet

Following the open beta announced at ignite, Microsoft is publishing more information now about the high speed migration and the commands necessary to run the migration. Now on TechNet: Use Windows PowerShell cmdlets for SPO Migration Public Preview While a little light on the details and errors you will find the basic information from the previous four commands for creating and submitting the migration jobs as well as the command to remove a migration job. New-SPOMigrationPackage – This is the command…

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