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Sharepoint Migration 2007 to 2013

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Hi,

We have sharepoint wss 3.0 (2007), I would like to migrate to sharepoint 2013.

Our sharepoint is primarily document libraries. I am looking for the most "painless" route as I am not a sharepoint expert.

Any suggestions would be great.

Thanks
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You can copy the content databases between farms and follow the steps to reattach and upgrade here:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee947141%28v=office.15%29

Its about as painless as it gets without buying a thrid party tool (I think Avepoint do something), however a migration is always going to be non-trivial with a product like Sharepoint, so I would advice trying to follow the MS guide above before you do anything else.
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