SharePoint Site disappeared.
All OK last night, this morning SharePoint link shows this: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.0 Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 15:54:21 GMT Connection: close Nothing changed. What happened???
June 17th, 2009 7:43pm

Have you investigated to find out? Does URL resolves in DNS?Is the SharePoint server active?Is the IIS app pool for that site running?Is the IIS site for that site running?Are the SharePoint services on the WFE running?Any errors in the event log of the WFE?SharePoint Architect || My Blog
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June 17th, 2009 8:40pm

Have you investigated to find out?Ok, here is the problem. Gal that creates stuff on site deleted it. What is the best way to restore. Is it possible? I do have back up but it doesn't seem to work when I restore using Admin Console. Am I missing anything?Does URL resolves in DNS? YesIs the SharePoint server active? YesIs the IIS app pool for that site running? YesIs the IIS site for that site running? YesAre the SharePoint services on the WFE running? YesAny errors in the event log of the WFE? No
June 18th, 2009 7:18pm

Forget those questions if someone actually deleted it (wow). Is it a sub-site or site collection? Instead of using Central Admin, use stsadm -o restore, but it depends on the type of backups you've been doing.SharePoint Architect || My Blog
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June 18th, 2009 7:23pm

It was a site collection. I do the back up from the Admin Console, but also have everything server, and database backed up as well. I got it back up and working by restoring files, and database to the before the site was deleted. There must be a easier way.
June 18th, 2009 9:21pm

It was a site collection. I do the back up from the Admin Console, but also have everything server, and database backed up as well. I got it back up and working by restoring files, and database to the before the site was deleted. There must be a easier way. The easier way is what I said above. You can restore just the site collection by using the stsadm -o restore command.SharePoint Architect || My Blog
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June 18th, 2009 9:24pm

Just detach and attach the affected content database of your site. works like a charm
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