SharePoint to SharePoint Migration Guide

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    Rob Ellis

    The article states 'This specific migration scenario is free and requires no MigrationWiz licenses' - is that still accurate?  If so, are there any limitations (for example on how much content can be migrated), or does the customer have to have purchased other licenses?

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    Rob Latino

    Hi Rob Ellis,

    It is still accurate, and there are no limitations other than what's documented in this guide (i.e., what is, and isn't migrated). Let me know if you have other questions. Thanks!

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    Luis Bustamante

    Hello Rob,

    Not to assume, what type of endpoint should I use if my source is SharePoint On Premises 2016, SharePoint or SharePoint Online v2?

    Regards.

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    Bob Beims

    I'm trying to determine if the version history for documents in OneDrive for Business / SharePoint is maintained during a SP to SP migration. I can't find any specific reference to how version history is managed during SP migrations.

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    Kobus Schlebusch

    Hi Rob,
    Is Sharepoint Foundation 2010 supported as the source?
    Thanks
    Kobus.

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    Kyle Rinner

    Kobus,

    Sorry, most Sharepoint Foundation environments do not work because they do not have the components installed for Migraitonwiz to connect and migrate data.

    Thank you 

    Kyle

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