Microsoft SharePoint redirection options

Article:HOWTO23875  |  Created: 2010-01-01  |  Updated: 2011-06-27  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO23875
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Microsoft SharePoint redirection options

You can set specific options for SharePoint when you run a redirected restore job.

Table: Microsoft SharePoint redirection options

Item

Description

Redirect Microsoft SharePoint sets

Redirects SharePoint restore jobs to a new location.

SharePoint 2003 portal sites or SharePoint 2007/2010 web applications

Enables redirection for SharePoint 2003 portal sites or SharePoint 2007/2010 web applications.

URL or web application name

Specifies the URL of the site or web application to which you want to restore data.

Front-end web server name

Specifies the name of the Web server on which the site you want to restore resides.

Individual SharePoint sites, documents, lists or items

Enables redirection for SharePoint sites, documents, lists, or items.

Redirect to path

Redirects individual SharePoint sites, documents, lists, or items to a file path.

Restore to drive or UNC path

Specifies the drive or UNC path to which you want to direct the restore. Use the following format for a UNC path: \\servername\share

Restore to path

Specifies the path to which you want to direct the restore job.

Redirect to workspace or document library (Web Storage System-based only)

Redirects individual SharePoint sites, documents, lists, or items to a workspace or a document library.

Restore to server

Specifies the SharePoint server to which you want to direct the restore job. Use the following format: \\servername.

Restore to workspace or document library

Specifies the name of the document library to which you want to direct the restore job. If you have not yet created the document library, you must do so before starting the restore operation.

Restore SharePoint databases to an alternate SQL instance

Lets you restore SharePoint databases to a different SQL instance.

Restore to SQL server\instance

Specifies the SQL server and instance to which you want to restore the SharePoint database.

Restore to database

Specifies the name of the alternate database to which you want to restore the SharePoint database.

Replace existing database

Specifies that you want to replace existing databases on the specified SQL server instance with the databases being restored. Otherwise, an error occurs if databases with the same names as those being restored exist on the specified SQL server instance.

SharePoint logon account

Specifies the logon account you use to access SharePoint data. Click Change to select a different account.


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