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Missing Site Template on SharePoint 2013 Upgrade

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I am doing a visual upgrade on a migrated SharePoint 2013 database.  But when it runs the health checks..it gives me this

Missing Site Templates

The following sites are using templates that are not yet supported after upgrade:
http://sitename2013:570/Maverick - PROJSING#0

What is the Projsing template on SharePoint 2010 and what can I do to kickstart the visual upgrade
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Question by:GeekGal21
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Yagya Shree earned 500 total points
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the title of site template is "Project Tracking Workspace"  and its part for old Fabulous 40 Server Admin Templates. You wouldn't be able to use it in SP2013.

You should follow below technet

Troubleshoot site collection upgrade issues in SharePoint 2013
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219648.aspx
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