Existing Corporate Farm Contoso has a SharePoint farm named HQ SP10 The

Existing corporate farm contoso has a sharepoint farm

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Existing Corporate Farm Contoso has a SharePoint farm named HQ-SP10. The SharePoint servers in the farm run SharePoint Server 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2. HQ-SP10 hosts many web applications that require unique service accounts. A SharePoint 2010 web application named WebApp1 is located at . WebApp1 references a custom knowledge base module in HQ-SP10 and the content is stored in the SharePoint database HQDB. Employees authenticate to WebApp1 by using classic mode authentication. Users in both offices make frequent updates to SharePoint content. Administrators make only minimal changes to the SharePoint farm settings and web applications. Existing Product Support Farm The product support department hosts a SharePoint farm named DEPT-SP13. The SharePoint servers in the farm run SharePoint Server 2013 and are members of a domain named PrdSupport.contoso.com. DEPT-SP13 hosts two service applications: - A built-in service application provides access to a business data model connected to the company's data warehouse.
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- A custom service application named SvcApp1 provides access to data in a legacy system. Users in the product support department access the service applications by using a local web application named WebApp2. WebApp2 is located at webapp2.contoso.com and is stored in the SharePoint database DEPTDB. Users in other departments access the service applications by using WebApp1. Technical Challenges You are upgrading HQ-SP10 and the web applications hosted in the farm to a new SharePoint Server 2013 farm named HQ-SP13. When upgrading the content database to SharePoint Server 2013, you receive the following error message: Business Requirements The SharePoint 2010 environment must meet the following business requirements: - HQ-5P10 must provide read-only access to users during the migration. - All customizations in HQ-SP10 must be migrated to HQ-SP13. The SharePoint 2013 environment must meet the following business requirements: - HQ-SP13 and the web applications must remain available if one of the SharePoint servers or database servers is offline. - Users' documents stored in HQ-SP13 must be available if all the servers in a region are offline. - Shared resources in SvcApp1 must be available to other SharePoint farms in the company. - All customizations in HQ-SP13 must be verified after the farm upgrade. - Periodically, you must provide an offline copy of site content from HQ-SP13 to the legal department. Technical Requirements You have the following technical requirements: All users must be able to access the business data model for the company data warehouse. Backup administrators must be able to restore HQ-SP13, WebApp1, and SvcApp1 separately. The SharePoint 2013 environment for HQ-SP13 must meet the following technical requirements: - The database servers must run Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
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