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Hi everyone, I want to post a step by step guide of a migration from an old Vmware DC to a new one with focus on Migration \ Replication of an Active Directory environment, unfortunately the guide is quite long and over 50000, it is possible to increase it or I have to fragment my post on the blog?

Thanks, I look forward to a kind reply.

 

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Best answer by Kseniya 11 January 2021, 11:28

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If you want share such much content, think about splitting it into a few parts. This is also much easier to read. 

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If you want share such much content, think about splitting it into a few parts. This is also much easier to read. 

sure thx :D

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Hi @Link State

Do you have any pictures/screenshots in your text? 

When you copy entire text with all elements, pictures are being counted as characters (lots of characters!)

If you add pictures via “insert image” (as shown below), they won’t be counted as characters and you should be good to go with publishing!  :blush:

 

If you don’t have pictures in the text at all, I would suggest to split content in 2 parts, as suggested by @vNote42 :blush:

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Hi @Link State

Do you have any pictures/screenshots in your text? 

When you copy entire text with all elements, pictures are being counted as characters (lots of characters!)

If you add pictures via “insert image” (as shown below), they won’t be counted as characters and you should be good to go with publishing!  :blush:

 

If you don’t have pictures in the text at all, I would suggest to split content in 2 parts, as suggested by @vNote42 :blush:

I have many sshots to attach

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Then it should work well for you, @Link State:blush: 

Let us know if there are any issues. We look forward to your content piece! 

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Hi @Link State

Do you have any pictures/screenshots in your text? 

When you copy entire text with all elements, pictures are being counted as characters (lots of characters!)

If you add pictures via “insert image” (as shown below), they won’t be counted as characters and you should be good to go with publishing!  :blush:

 

If you don’t have pictures in the text at all, I would suggest to split content in 2 parts, as suggested by @vNote42 :blush:

Thanks @Kseniya for this info! This explains why it looks different when pasting from a Word doc incl. pictures.

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Hi @Link State

Do you have any pictures/screenshots in your text? 

When you copy entire text with all elements, pictures are being counted as characters (lots of characters!)

If you add pictures via “insert image” (as shown below), they won’t be counted as characters and you should be good to go with publishing!  :blush:

 

If you don’t have pictures in the text at all, I would suggest to split content in 2 parts, as suggested by @vNote42 :blush:

Thanks @Kseniya for this info! This explains why it looks different when pasting from a Word doc incl. pictures.

Also I had noticed that the images copied from word and pastate on the blog post were counted as characters. : \

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This is right, @Link State! That’s why I mentioned that images are better to be uploaded via ‘insert image’ :relaxed:

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Hi @Link State

Do you have any pictures/screenshots in your text? 

When you copy entire text with all elements, pictures are being counted as characters (lots of characters!)

If you add pictures via “insert image” (as shown below), they won’t be counted as characters and you should be good to go with publishing!  :blush:

 

If you don’t have pictures in the text at all, I would suggest to split content in 2 parts, as suggested by @vNote42 :blush:

 

ohhh i good to know :)

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