About restoring resources for SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Services 3.0

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About restoring resources for SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Services 3.0

You can restore the following SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Services 3.0 resources:

  • Web applications and their associated databases. Symantec recommends that you restore all Web application databases together to preserve the topology.

  • Individual documents that are contained in libraries.

  • Sites and sub-sites.

    Individual objects and their versions can be restored from full database backups.

  • Lists and list items.

    Individual items and their versions can be restored from full database backups.

    See the Microsoft SharePoint documentation for more information about lists and list items.

  • Configuration database. A configuration database contains all of the configuration information for the entire SharePoint Server farm. Use caution when restoring this database. Any changes that you make to the farm topology before you restore from the backup are lost. The configuration database can only be restored to its original locations.

  • Single Sign-on databases. Single Sign-on databases can only be restored to their original locations.

  • Shared Service Providers. A Shared Service Provider is a grouping of shared services and related shared resources.

See Restoring resources for SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Services 3.0

See Restoring individual SharePoint 2007 objects from full database backups to their original locations

See Restoring a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Shared Services Provider

See Restoring a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Web application to its original location

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