Get this summer started off on the right foot and accelerate your migration to Office 365. More than 200,000 organizations and 190 million people have SharePoint for intranets, team sites and content management, join the ranks of those transforming their workplace with the SharePoint Migration Tool from Microsoft.
Helping people share files and collaborate on content has always been central to SharePoint. At the core of these principles is the content itself, the documents you create, the documents you manage, the documents you share and now we’re making it easier than ever to take advantage of the power content management and collaboration capabilities in SharePoint and OneDrive so you can share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across your organization.
Based on your feedback, today we’re pleased to share that we’re adding new support for Windows PowerShell to the SharePoint Migration Tool. With these new capabilities you’ll be able to address scale migrations and deliver automated, programmatic migration solutions through the SharePoint Migration Tool.
If you’re not familiar with the SharePoint Migration Tool we invite you to learn more about it here https://aka.ms/spmt.
New capabilities in this release include:
Ability to script migration jobs with new Windows PowerShell CmdLets:
Sample Migration Script (Expand to View)
#Define On-prem SharePoint 2013 data source#
$Global:SourceSiteUrl = "http://YourOnPremSite/"
$Global:OnPremUserName = "Yourcomputer\administrator"
$Global:OnPremPassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -String "OnPremPassword" -AsPlainText -Force
$Global:SPCredential = New-Object -TypeName System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList $Global:OnPremUserName, $Global:OnPremPassword
$Global:SourceListName = "SourceListName"
#Define SPO target#
$Global:SPOUrl = “https://contoso.sharepoint.com”
$Global:UserName = “firstname.lastname@example.org”
$Global:PassWord = ConvertTo-SecureString -String "YourSPOPassword" -AsPlainText -Force
$Global:SPOCredential = New-Object -TypeName System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList $Global:UserName, $Global:PassWord
$Global:TargetListName = "TargetListName"
#Define Fileshare data source#
$Global:FileshareSource = "YourFileShareDataSource"
#Import SPMT Migration Module#
#Register the SPMT session with SPO credentials#
Register-SPMTMigration -SPOCredential $Global:SPOCredential -Force
#Add two tasks into the session. One on-prem and one file share task.#
Add-SPMTTask -SharePointSourceCredential $Global:SPCredential -SharePointSourceSiteUrl $Global:SourceSiteUrl -TargetSiteUrl $Global:SPOUrl -MigrateAll
Add-SPMTTask -FileShareSource $Global:FileshareSource -TargetSiteUrl $Global:SPOUrl -TargetList "Documents"
For additional details on these new CmdLets and more refer to https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2003100.
If you’re just starting your migration journey, it’s a good practice to know what, if any, issues you may face before committing to the migration and how to remediate those issues before you get started.
In addition to the SharePoint Migration Tool,, to help you bring you content to the cloud, we’ve also engineered the SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool to help you diagnose and resolve pre-migration issues. To learn more about the SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool visit https://aka.ms/smat.
“We’ve been migrating our entire customer community to Azure and Office 365, where we’ve seen our threat risk diminish extraordinary, especially around email. That’s given us tremendous confidence.” - Brett Bailey, Vice-President, WBM Technologies
Kick start your migration to Office 365 to take advantage of the latest in communications, collaboration, and security and join a growing number of customers moving to Office 365.
To learn more about migration to Office 365 visit https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointmigration/migrate-to-sharepoint-online.
We’d love to hear your feedback on the SharePoint Migration Tool, let us know in the comments below and through UserVoice at https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/282887-sharepoint-hybrid-or-migration-to-office365.
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