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SharePoint site, time stamp and modified by were not preserved when site content is restored

Post by mboimoil@midrange.ca » Sep 30, 2019 4:02 pm

Support Case #03789718

When restoring a SharePoint site, time stamp and modified by were not preserved when site content is restored – should the modified time stamp and modified by be restored to what was on the backup date or to the date the Site is restored? Not sure if this is by design.

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Re: SharePoint site, time stamp and modified by were not preserved when site content is restored

Post by nielsengelen » Oct 01, 2019 8:51 am

If you restore something they should preserve these. If this is not what you are seeing, best would be to work via support as you've made a case already. Thanks!
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Re: SharePoint site, time stamp and modified by were not preserved when site content is restored

Post by mboimoil@midrange.ca » Oct 06, 2019 12:04 pm

This is what I got back from Support....


Hello Michael,

The date and time modified for the restored Sharepoint items would be the date and time the site was restored since Veeam doesn't have the ability to modify that information.

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Re: SharePoint site, time stamp and modified by were not preserved when site content is restored

Post by Mike Resseler » Oct 07, 2019 5:18 am

Hi Michael,

We can indeed not change the time stamp to the original one. With SharePoint online (and others) you cannot "restore" as it is known in the on-premises world with a VM. We need to upload the file to the destination again, and SP online believes it is a new file that is being added. This is the way those connectors from MSFT are designed.

Hope it helps in understanding this
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Re: SharePoint site, time stamp and modified by were not preserved when site content is restored

Post by mboimoil@midrange.ca » Oct 07, 2019 3:40 pm

Hi Mike

This makes sense, thank you for the explanation! :)

Michael

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