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On Demand Migration Current - User Guide

About On Demand Migration Before you Start Working with On Demand Migration Account Migration Mailbox Migration OneDrive Migration Microsoft Teams Migration Microsoft 365 Groups Migration SharePoint Migration Public Folders Migration Troubleshooting Finalizing the Migration Appendix A: Working with PowerShell

Repairing Lists with Migration Issues

The On Demand Migration for SharePoint service can repair lists with the Migration state = Migrated with Issues. When such a list is migrated, the contents of the list in the source and target tenants are compared. Missing items in the target are restored and items that are updated in the source since the previous migration will be incrementally migrated.

Lists are migrated based on the Migration state. You can select multiple lists with different migration states and the lists will be migrated based on its state. For example, an incremental migration will occur if new list items were added to a source list that was previously migrated, a repair migration will occur if the list was migrated with issues, and a full migration will occur for lists that have not been migrated.

To repair a list with migration issues:

  1. Open the SharePoint contents tab and locate the SharePoint list as described below:
    1. Clear all filters and search criteria Add a filter to show only objects of type List.
    2. Add a filter to show only objects where Type = List and Migration state = Migrated with Issues.
  2. Select the list. You can select multiple lists if needed.
  3. Click Migrate. The New SharePoint Migration Task wizard opens.
  4. See Migrating SharePoint Objects for more details.
  5. When the task completes, verify the migration state for the selected list. If issues persist, check for event warnings.

Exporting Site Collection Mapping

To export site collection mapping into comma-separated values (CSV) file for analytics or archival purposes open SharePoint Contents on SharePoint migration Dashboard, select site collections to export and click Export.

Output CSV file will contain mapping data for discovered and matched (migrated) site collection URLs.

Removing Sites from the Migration Project

You can temporarily remove any source site collections from the migration project, if necessary. Consider, site collections cannot be removed permanently from the migration project, all existing source site collections will be added in after next discovery.

To temporarily remove sites from the migration project:

  1. Go to the migration project Dashboard.
  2. Click SharePoint widget.
  3. Open SharePoint Contents and select the items you want to remove from the migration project.
  4. Click More Actions | Delete
  5. Click Delete to confirm the action.

Public Folders Migration

The Public Folders migration workflow consists of the following steps:

# Step
1 Create or open a migration project
2 [optional] Configure connections
3 Discover Public Folders
4 Migrate Public Folders
5 Monitor the progress and track issues
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