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How do I upload files to Sharepoint site on the server (SBS 2008)

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I have about 15 GB of files to put on our Sharepoint site, is there an easy/fast way to upload the files from the server?
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If you intend to keep the existing three structure you can use the uploaded multiple files option. Go to Shared Documents. Click on Upload->Upload Multiple Documents. Choose the files and folders. And follow the rest of the steps it guides you through.
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Sorry that method with only do files. To import a folder structure, go to Shared Documents. Choose Actions->Open in Windows Explorer. Now you can use typical drag/drop and copy/paste to move any content you need. You can move the content in SharePoint after you imported it if needed too.
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When I try to open Explorer View on the Server,  I get a message that the client does not support that view.  I can from client machines, but it is very slow to upload so many files.
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GeorgeGergues earned 250 total points
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You need to use Internet explorer 32 bit not the 64 bit


but in general there is a better option

Map a drive to your library

How to :


Add network place  type in the URL to your SharePoint library .

http://server/site/library


that can be a network place you can use to upload the files without timeout errors.

Best of luck

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Thanks, I'll give that a shot, can't work on the server till after 5 today, I'll get back...
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You actually can do that from your desktop .
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Thanks, the server is not on the network till 5.
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