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Rapid Recovery 6.1.2 - DocRetriever for SharePoint User Guide

Introduction to DocRetriever for SharePoint Installing and configuring DocRetriever
System requirements Supported items Roadmap for installing DocRetriever for SharePoint Obtaining DocRetriever installation software Guidelines for upgrading DocRetriever for SharePoint Setting up Windows user accounts for use with DocRetriever Installing, uninstalling, and repairing DocRetriever for SharePoint Creating a local service database for DocRetriever Configuring DocRetriever Console settings Manually specifying the SharePoint database location
Recovering SharePoint data with DocRetriever Working with DocRetriever log files About us Glossary

Copying or moving SharePoint data from a recovery point

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Mount the required recovery point containing data you want to migrate. If accessing from a machine other than the Rapid Recovery or AppAssure Core, use the Local Mount Utility. For more information on mounting a recovery point using the LMU, see Using the Local Mount Utility for DocRetriever.
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Open the required recovery point. For more information on opening the required Rapid Recovery or AppAssure recovery point, see Opening recovery points in DocRetriever.
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Select the destination farm and migrate. Select the destination SharePoint farm for the data you are copying or moving. Then migrate your data in the same manner you would use to perform data recovery. For more information on how to recover SharePoint data, see Recovering SharePoint data.

Copying or moving SharePoint data from a recovery source

If you want to migrate SharePoint data, lists, and so on (whether you are copying from one web server to another or moving the data), you can accomplish this using the DocRetriever Console. .

To migrate SharePoint data from an environment contained in a recovery source (SharePoint farm, SharePoint content database, SharePoint backup, or SQL backup):

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Select the destination farm and migrate. Select the destination SharePoint farm for the data you are copying or moving. Then migrate your data in the same manner you would use to perform data recovery. For more information on how to recover SharePoint data, see Recovering SharePoint data.

About using the Local Mount Utility with DocRetriever

Quest recommends recovering SharePoint backup data from a Rapid Recovery recovery point. Before accessing it in DocRetriever, you must mount the recovery point as a writable volume, which can be done from a Rapid Recovery Core or using the Local Mount Utility, which is included with Rapid Recovery.

For more information about mounting a recovery point using the LMU, see Using the Local Mount Utility. For additional information, see the Rapid Recovery User Guide.

Installing and configuring DocRetriever

This section describes how to install and configure DocRetriever for SharePoint.

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