SharePoint2010 validate all Links and Dcouments for existance and content.

Hey Experts

We are running a single SharePoint 2010 server in our organization, it was migrated from SharePoint 2003.

We started to receive phone calls that some documents and links are missing or point to nowhere under different sub-sites and different sections. Questions are:
a. Is there a way thru PS SharePoint snap-in to run code to validate existence and validity of links and documents on SharePoint 2010?
b. Then whatever is missing or not valid pull it out from SharePoint 2003 to SharePoint 2010.

Or any other utility that this can be accomplished with, we want to avoid manual works by clicking on each link and each document in each sub-site and each section, but are looking into something that would automate it for us.


Please help

THanks
r4kietaAsked:
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colly92002Commented:
You can use Sharepoint Designer to check for broken links:
http://mssharepointtips.com/tip.asp?id=1062&page=2

There is also a Codeplex feature if you would prefer that:
https://splinkchecker.codeplex.com/

Most likely reason for broken links is that site stucture has changed in migration somehow, or perhaps the alternative access mappings are different in the new farm.
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r4kietaAuthor Commented:
Ok thanks i will try that out and see if this works out. Will get back to you.
If anyone has other ideas as well let me know thank you up front for all the help.
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