We've were migrated from BPOS to O365 last weekend.
The main site works OK. But all our subsites have been unavailable.
We've raised a support call with MS, but they seem to be struggling with finding a resolution.
Did anyone else have the issue?
We can access
but when we try go to sub sites...
we get an error - IE just returns us to the top level site. Other browers report "too many redirects".
SharePoint Designer reports an error...
.../sites/_vti_bin/_vti_aut/author.dll is not contained within a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Site
Any suggestions appreciated.
I have a customer that is experiencing an issue where they get 404 errors. Your issue looks like DNS may have an issue for that site.
We have raised the issue to the Hosting/Dev teams to investigate. I would recommend the same for you.
Edit: followed up with the SP Dev's and confirmed the wait period I had indicated previously no longer applies. This was incorrect information I had received from a separate source. SharePoint should be good to go by Monday after the transition weekend.
If it wasn't difficult, it wouldn't be fun, but why's it got to be this much fun.
We are experiencing a similar issue. After migration to O365 our subsites have gone missing. We have about 250 subsites and around 177 are missing. They still show up in lists but clicking the link gives you a 404 cannot be found error. They do not show up or connect to in Designer.
We have also had numerous issues with redirects in SharePoint, where O365 bounces between two sites and finally reports an error. It redirects between our site and https://login.microsoftonline.com over and over. If you select the Team Site in the portal you get in. Once you select one of the links to our primary sites then you get into a redirect error. This error seems random and happens typically in the mornings.
MS has been looking into these errors since our migration on December 12th and we still don't have any resolution.
Fun fact: if you use a different browser you will not have the redirect issue.
It would be great of Microsoft would hold off on migrating customers who run SharePoint online until they have the process down. I haven't seen any communications around SharePoint being down for 7 days during the migration process. Or, how about having a tool that assesses the SharePoint environemnt for potential issues prior to migration and then finding a way to fix the issues before the customer is severly impacted after the migration has already started?
Just a few migration 101 thoughts.
2012年1月23日 18:39I followed up with the SP Dev's and confirmed the wait period I had indicated previously no longer applies. This was incorrect information I had received from a separate source. SharePoint should be good to go by Monday after the transition weekend.