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Sharepoint VM migration... error

Posted on 2014-01-14
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Hi,

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

We reciently converted a physical machine to a virtual machine.

In our vmware environment the machine boots up ok,  its a sharepoint reporting server,  IIS doesnt seem to be to happy and sharepoint wont even start.

do we need to restore a sharepoint backup to resolve? are they any recommendations?

thanks in advance...
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by:Justin Smith
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If the sites in IIS won't start than a SharePoint level restore likely won't help.  

Will IIS not start or will the individual SharePoint sites not start?  Is the World Wide Web Publishing service started?
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Fixed - ran through the VM conversion again this time its all working with out issue
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by:Spikeuk30
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as above
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