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Migrating WSS 3.0 AND MOSS 2007 to SHAREPOINT 2010

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Hi All,

I am kiran and working on some migration project.

I am stuck with some basic questions,

 

1. I have got couple of hudred WSS 3.0 sites

2. I have got couple of hundred MOSS 2007 Enterrprise sites

I need to migrate both the above to SharePoint Server 2010 platform.

My Question is,

 

1. Can I directly migrate WSS 3.0 sites to SharePoint 2010 env? Is there any need to step up to MOSS 2007 and then to SharePoint 2010? Becuase all documentations talk about migrating MOSS 2007 to SS 2010.

Your help is appreiciated.

Also can you link me to some sound help links please?

 

Thanks,Kiran
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Yes, you could directly migrate your WSS 3.0 sites to SharePoint 2010 environment via Content DB attach method.

For migrating WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007, the environment(s) needs to be at-least at SP2 level. You can use preupgradecheck stsadm operation to find out any issues which may occur while upgrading to 2010
Ref:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd793605(office.12).aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ee517214.aspx

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