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Proper Wait to Decommision on Sharepoint 2010 Site

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My web team is in the process of decomission one of our older Sharepoint 2010 sites and believe they can do this by just stopping the sites services using IIS. I have read though the best way to do this is by removing the site through Sharepoint which automatically remove the IIS an DB's..

Is it possible to disable a site and not remove it just in case there were problems?
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 2000 total points
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You can stop the site is IIS as your colleagues suggest. You can also stop or even detach the Content DB in SQL Server.

This is all reversible.
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Thanks... but to remove the site completely all at once this can be done through Sharepoint correct
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thanks
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