Upgrading from WSS 2.0 to SharePoint 2013

There is no direct approach/method to upgrade from WSS 2.0 to SharePoint 2013. The changes between versions are too great, and the hardware requirements differ so much between versions that a direct, in-place upgrade is not possible or supported. You can, however, perform a series of database attach upgrades to first upgrade your content to…

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MOSS 2007 - Find the default view url for all lists in a web app using PowerShell

param( $url = $(Read-Host -Prompt "WebApp Url"))# Default View for lists in All Sites# Lookup Web Application as specified in the command line parameter$wa = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebApplication]::Lookup($url) # Create an array $sites =@()Write-Output("`nProcessing sites…`n") # Loop through all site collections in the web applicationforeach($site in $wa.Sites){ foreach ($s in $site) { $spWeb = $s.openweb() foreach($list in…

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Retrieve the list of Content Types in MOSS 2007 using PowerShell

  MOSS 2007 [void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint") | out-nullWrite-host ".."Write-host ".."Write-host "Get a list of Content types"$site = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("http://spweb/extend"); # specify url hereforeach ($web in $site.AllWebs) { $ctypes = $web.ContentTypes foreach ($ctype in $ctypes) { $usages = [Microsoft.Sharepoint.SPContentTypeUsage]::GetUsages($ctype) foreach ($usage in $usages) { Write-Host $web.Name + "," + $ctype.Name + "," + $usage.Url } }} SharePoint 2010…

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