Migration from MOSS to WSS


The migration process usually is done from WSS to MOSS, but once in a while there is the need to do the opposite, so what should you do?

First of all you need to be careful with the features of MOSS that don’t exist in WSS, so a good option is to deactivate them before trying to do a Backup or Export.

This can result in problems with your site, so the best thing is to insure that everything works with the MOSS features deactivated, before migrating to WSS.

Follow Nanddeep Nachan post on this.

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3 comments on “Migration from MOSS to WSS
  1. Mohamed says:

    are there any tools for this migration of MOSS to WSS3.0

    Regards,
    Mohamed

  2. Graham says:

    I’m currently trying to do this, but have run into an issue with deactivating one of the features.

    I deactivated a feature called “RelatedLinksScopeSettingsLink” and continued going through the list as each import through another feature that needed to be deactivated. Then this feature showed up again – but I had already deactivated it. I tried reactivating it again and then deactivating it, but with no success. It keeps coming back. Any thoughts?

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