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Missing data in Sharepoint Restore

Posted on 2013-01-16
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I recently restored my companies Sharepoint site. The restore basically replaced all information that we had previously but none of the documents are opening up.

When I open a Document Library in Explorer View I am able to see the data in the folder but am unable to open the files as sharepoint states that the file does not exist or is corrupt.

Please assist.

Thanks
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by:Justin Smith
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How exactly did you do the restore?  Was the restore to the same farm or a different?
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same farm to same server name.

but I found the problem, BLOB storage was not installed and configured, followed this link and it was fixed

http://david-merritt.blogspot.com/2011/08/installing-remote-blob-storage-rbs-with.html
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Did you have RBS previously?  If so, I'm a bit confused how it would go away.
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yea looks like it was there previous. The server crashed and had to be rebuilt
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Ok, yeah that would explain it.  Close this question out.
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Will just give you the points seeing as you the only person that responded :)
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