Backup and Restore a Site Collection in SharePoint using PowerShell In SharePoint 2010 you can take a backup of a site collection using the Backup-SPSite cmdlet: Backup-SPSite http://SP –Path C:\Backup\siteCollection.bak Restoring a site collection in SharePoint 2010 is just as simple: Restore-SPSite http://SP –Path C:\Backup\siteCollection.bak
How to get the name of the application pools when they are using GUIDs? SharePoint has decided to use GUIDs for this Name. Within Central Administration the Application Pools are displayed using a SharePoint only property – Name, which is actually a Display Name (e.g. SharePoint Web Services Default). The GUIDs used are, wait for... Continue Reading →
What are the Application Pools that SharePoint 2010 creates? Once we have installed SharePoint, run the Configuration Wizard and the Farm Configuration Wizard, we will have six Applications Pools in addition to those on the machine already. These are details below. Note: Do not try to change the account used by the SharePoint from the... Continue Reading →
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