Redirecting the restore of SharePoint 2003 document library (Web storage system-based) data to another document library.

Article:HOWTO60991  |  Created: 2011-11-28  |  Updated: 2012-01-29  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO60991
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Redirecting the restore of SharePoint 2003 document library (Web storage system-based) data to another document library

Before redirecting the restore of SharePoint 2003 document library data, the SharePoint Portal Server software must be installed on the target server. If any of the folders in the original document library do not exist in the destination document library, they will be created during the restore.

Caution:

When you restore SharePoint Portal document library data, any documents that exist in the target location and that have the same name as the documents being restored may be overwritten, depending on the Backup Exec overwrite properties for the restore job.

To redirect the restore of SharePoint 2003 document library data to another document library

  1. On the navigation bar, click the arrow next to Restore.

  2. Click New Restore Job.

  3. Navigate to and select the SharePoint Portal document library data you want to restore.

  4. On the Properties pane, under Destination, click Microsoft SharePoint Redirection.

  5. Check Redirect Microsoft SharePoint sets.

  6. Click Individual SharePoint sites, documents, lists, or items.

  7. Select Restore to workspace or document library (Web Storage System-based only).

  8. In the Restore to server field, type the name of the SharePoint server to which you want to restore.

    Use the following format: \\servername.

  9. In the Restore to workspace or document library field, type the name of the document library to which you want to restore.

    If you have not yet created the document library, you must do so before starting the restore operation.

  10. Use the default logon account as indicated, or click Change to select a different one.

  11. On the Properties pane, select other job properties that might be appropriate for your environment.

  12. Start the restore job.


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