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Migrate Webpage from 2003 Server to 2019 Server using Web Deploy

I have run the below command in my 2003 Server which created a 38GB folder structure. The package was too big so I needed to use archivedir.

msdeploy -verb:sync -source:metakey=lm/w3svc/1 -dest:archivedir=e:\Site1.zip > e:\WebDeployPackage.log

Then in my 2019 Server, I ran the following command.

msdeploy -verb:sync -source:archivedir=f:\Site1.zip -dest:metakey=lm/w3svc/1 > WebDeploySync.log

The output did not show any errors but the log only showed below. So not sure what is wrong
Info: Adding child metaKey (/lm/w3svc/1/ROOT/AspBufferingOn).
Info: Adding child metaKey (/lm/w3svc/1/ROOT/AspEnableParentPaths).
Info: Adding child metaKey (/lm/w3svc/1/ROOT/AspScriptTimeout).
Total changes: 3 (3 added, 0 deleted, 0 updated, 0 parameters changed, 0 bytes copied)


Can someone please help?
Many thanks.

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Hi there,

I was planning to migrate the output of the Web Deploy from the 2003 Windows Server to a 2008 Server first to see if that works.

Any other help will be very much appreciated.

Thanks.

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Looks like Web Deploy was able to do the job. Just needed to do more work on making the COM objects work.

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