Award winning software for SharePoint, Office 365, OneDrive & Google Drive migration.
Kernel Migrator for SharePoint lets you migrate everything from SharePoint to SharePoint with zero assistance. You can use smart filters – date filters, user filters, and file filters to migrate specific data from source to destination.
The easiest way to migrate your content from local and remote file servers to SharePoint Online (Office 365), On-premises, Google Drive and OneDrive for Business. The solution makes it possible to access your file system content over web browser and cloud through the offered migration platforms.
Migrating public folders was never that easy, until you're using Kernel Migrator for SharePoint. This is a simple tool designed to let you to migrate bulky data without any performance compromises.
The solution lets you to smoothly conduct a pre-migration analysis before even the actual content migration is performed. It runs the analysis based on the criteria like validating the names and types of files to be uploaded, file size limitations etc. This helps in knowing whether the selected content gets fully migrated to the destination server or not.
Whether you're migrating or upgrading to the latest SharePoint server, Kernel Migrator for SharePoint helps you to achieve the successful SharePoint migration results effortlessly. The solution has various settings like – overwrite file if exists, date filter, file filter, user filter, upload file only if the target file exits etc. that help you to perform the desired data migration conveniently.
If you want to migrate the entire data in bulk from the file system, public folder, or SharePoint site/list/library, it is feasible with Kernel Migrator for SharePoint. Place all your content in a CSV file to perform the migration. You can run multiple instances of the solution to transfer bulk data in multiple sessions concurrently.
Migrate your Exchange and Office 365 public folders to SharePoint server with ease. You can add an Exchange server mailbox using an Outlook profile or Live Exchange (directly through the domain name). You can migrate from any version of Exchange Server (including 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003 and 2000) to SharePoint server.
This way you can easily migrate your Windows file system data to any version of SharePoint server – including SharePoint server 2016, 2013/2010, SharePoint Foundation 2010/2013, SharePoint Online (Office 365) and more.
The solution allows smooth content migration from one SharePoint Server to another SharePoint server. It even facilitates SharePoint migration to different Site/List/Library of the same SharePoint Server.
You can migrate anything from SharePoint server including Content (Documents, Pages, List Items, Record Libraries), Structure (site collections, sites, subsites, content types, site navigation), and permissions. With this SharePoint Migration tool, you can easily transfer every single attribute of the file, folder, or the item along with its permissions. Also, the solution allows accurate mapping of the users between the source and target server.
Scheduling is a smart way to automatically start/stop the content migration jobs at your most convenient time-frames. This function comes handy for bulk migrations, as you can schedule the migration using CSV file. You can also automate the migrations with specified conditions like migrate permissions, filters, remap users etc. So, that it involves zero user assistance during the migration and you accomplish a completely pain-free SharePoint migration.
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|SharePoint to SharePoint migration between any version|
|Support list & library migration|
|Migrate File System to SharePoint|
|Migrate File System to One Drive for Business|
|Migrate File System to Google Drive|
|Provides advanced filter options|
|Migrate list and libraries||5 items (from 5 lists or libraries)||Unlimited|
|Migrate Subsites||Subsite will not migrated||Unlimited|
|Migrate data||Only 5 items per folder||Unlimited|
This is how you can add Office 365 SharePoint site in the destination pane.
To resolve this issue, try to build a reliable connection between SharePoint server and SQL Server. Also, verify that the SQL Server linked to the SharePoint server is running well along with its services.