In this command, GUID is a valid GUID that identifies the feature definition to remove. URL is the URL for the site collection or for the Web site on which you want to deactivate the feature.
Resolution 2: Uninstall the trial version of SharePoint Server 2007 To resolve this issue, uninstall the trial version of SharePoint Server 2007, and then install the retail version of SharePoint Server 2007.
Resolution 3: Install the same version of SharePoint Server 2007 To resolve this issue, install the same version of SharePoint Server 2007 on the source server and on the destination server.
Resolution 4: Verify that the assemblies for controls and Web parts are available on the destination server To resolve this issue, verify that the assemblies for controls and Web parts are available on the destination server.
Note The Content Deployment feature only copies Web pages and the resources that those Web pages use. The Content Deployment feature does not deploy programs, assemblies, features, or configuration information such as Web.config files.
To troubleshoot this problem, create a new Web application in SharePoint Server 2007, and then create a new site collection by using only the default site templates in SharePoint Server 2007. After you create the new Web application and the new site collection, use the Content Deployment feature to export the content from the new site.
If the export works as expected, the problem is probably specific to the content in the site collection. If the export fails, the problem is probably associated with the server configuration on the source server.
If you have to contact Microsoft Customer Support Services, have the following information ready:
The Unified Logging Service (ULS) logs for when this problem occurs. By default, the ULS logs are located in the Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\logs folder.
Note You may have to re-create the problem.
Information from the SPS Reporting Tool. For more information about the SPS Reporting Tool, visit the following Internet Web site:
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