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Tool to migrate sharepoint sites and data from a server in domain A to server in domain B without any trustrelationship

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Hello Experts

I have a client that is looking to migrate an OLD sharepoint servers[sites, data] from domain A to a Sharepoint 2010 server in another domain [domain B]. I explained the client that without a trust-relationship between the both forest and  domains, or Federation services, is not possible to complete this request, unless there is a third party tool that can do the work.

Can you recommend a third party tool that meets my requirements? we are not looking to hire a company to migrate the share point sites, we would like to know if there is a third party tool easy to deploy, manage and complete the migration from legacy sharepoint to Sharepoint 2010 and 2013.


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MetaLogix makes a product called ControlPoint which can do this for you.  Look at the documentation listed below:

http://www.metalogix.com/docs/default-source/product-collateral/ControlPoint_Advanced_Installation_Guide.pdf
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