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  Asked By: Quintin    Date: Apr 16    Category: MOSS    Views: 1672

Currently my organization has about a half-dozen portals in the IT
department. I have been tasked with creating a centralized document
repository (something I was pushing for when we had SharePoint 2003 and even
on the file directory) and wanted to check and see if I could get an idea of
just how big of a project this is going to be. I think it might just be
easier to start from scratch with a top level IT portal followed by creating
department subsites and one of those subsites would be the document center.
After I get everything moved over, delete the independent portals.

But considering I do not have a current top level site, am I going to have
to move the current docs in each individual portal to the new one? For the
record, I am an end-user administrator and I have not yet talked to the
server admin about this. I just wanted to get an idea of how those of you
with a little more knowledge of MOSS 2007 might address this situation. I am
thrilled that my plan (which I have been pushing for since we installed 2007
in late December) but before I go into meetings to discuss the details of
the project, I want to get more information.



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Wilson Bryan     Answered On: Apr 16

MOSS 2007 has a document  Center that is created by default when you provision a
portal. Documents can be copied to this centralized location using a Send To
option on the document's list item Title on nearly any list view.

Answer #2    Answered By: Nathanael Wong     Answered On: Apr 16

I have tried that, but I keep getting : "Could not find the destination item
or folder on this server. " whenever I try the Send To option.

Answer #3    Answered By: Todd Hamilton     Answered On: Apr 16

It must not be properly configured. This is a MOSS specific topic outside of my
area of expertise. Can anyone help with the configuration of the MOSS 2007
Document Center?

Answer #4    Answered By: Edgar Castillo     Answered On: Apr 16

I modifed the document  library link...mainly removing the .aspx at the end.
I have moved docs from around my test environment portal, as well as from
one portal to another. I did some poking around on some of the blogs and
found a reference to it. Amazing that there is nothing (at least I didn't
see anything) in some of the books I have or the help docs from MS.

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