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"J. Greg Mackinnon" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 1 Sep 2015 08:51:43 -0400
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The way that you organize your sites and site collections is strictly a 
matter of preference.  If there is a lot of cross-usage between your 
current site collections, it might make more sense to collapse them into 
a single new site collection.  However, if usage of the sites is more 
discrete, it may be easier to maintain separate site collections with 
entirely different permissions.

In theory it is possible for a SharePoint server administrator to 
migrate site content from a top-level site collection to a sub-site of a 
new site collection.  I can't recall actually doing it before, but I 
suppose we could give it a try.  Any fully-qualified links in the site 
would need to be updated manually, and you likely would have to do a lot 
of auditing of permissions to make sure that the desired access rights 
are in place after the migration.

-J. Greg Mackinnon | ETS Systems Architecture and Administration | x68251

On 9/1/2015 8:22 AM, Tim Raymond wrote:
> CEMS has two sharepoint sites, we are considering another.
>
> The two sites are sites/CEMS_RPT and sites/CEMSFacStaff.  The two have
> different permissions.
>
> Does it make sense to create another site sites/CEMS and migrate the
> existing two there as subsites (sites/CEMS/RPT and sites/CEMS/FacStaff)
> and then create another subsite for the new one?
>
> Are there any restrictions if this is done?
>
> Can this be done without manually copying each and every document and
> permission?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Tim
>

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