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Source: http://blog.kuppens-switsers.net/sharepoint/setting-replicating-directory-changes-using-powershell/ $Identity = "domain\account" $RootDSE = [ADSI]"LDAP://RootDSE" $DefaultNamingContext = $RootDse.defaultNamingContext $ConfigurationNamingContext = $RootDse.configurationNamingContext $UserPrincipal = New-Object ...


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same error and similar issue, its for 2010 but the solutions should still work! The error lie's within active directory user, as other users from the same or other domains work. saying this, there could be another problem... do you have a root site? System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: The user does not exist or is not unique. at ...


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Just fetch the data from Active Directory on the button click and display it. There's no special permissions needed to query AD like this so anyone can do it. Fetching it into a list isn't needed (unless you want to store it, but that's up to you). The user profile sync service/application doesn't provide some LDAP entries like password expiration. While you ...


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This is a little odd, but I'll try to answer the way I interpret your question. I'm guessing you want to change Active Directory user properties using SharePoint. In order to do this, you should have a User Profile Service up and running. The user properties you want to be able to change should have the synchronization direction set to Export. This means ...


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I dont think So you can Sync a Specific security group instead of all.Because UPA target only OU level. I think, your best option is use the Active Directory Import option(new in SharePoint 2013) and write yours own LDAP query filter to get it done. Looks like a complex query.


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This is big risk, SharePoint always upset from these kind of activities as per my experience.are you going to change the domain name as well or not? in theory if nothing going to change all the accounts and DNS remain same, you will be ok. I would recommend to stop the SharePoint during this process so no corruption happen and also Please take the backup of ...


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$site = get-spsite "http://sis-intranet" #Give URL of a site collection whose web application is associated with this user profile service application $context= [Microsoft.office.server.servercontext]::GetContext($site) $userProfileManager = new-object Microsoft.office.server.userprofiles.userprofilemanager($context) $profiles = ...


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here is very good blog which change the Password in Active directory from sharepoint. Change the Active Directory User Password Through SharePoint Create a web part and give the user ability to change the password. Change Password Web Part for SharePoint 2010


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Looks like you issue with the picture size. Please browse the Profile Pictures library and make sure each user has three pictures and these show a correct picture. LThumb MThumb Sthumb Follow this blog for more information and fix. http://www.sharepointfire.com/MyBlog/2014/06/sharepoint-2010-organization-chart-is-not-showing-correct-pictures/


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One approach, for example for "Prefix" would be to map the AD property personalTitle to a new User Profile Property that you create in the User Profile Service Application. If you are looking at Rank, it may be better to use a field like Job Title (which in AD is "title" that is already mapped to the User Profile Property JobTitle). Once you import your ...


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User Profile Service Importing User Profiles from AD This is what is required of the service account: Domain User Account Additional permissions are automatically granted for the server farm account on web servers and application servers that are joined to the farm This account is automatically added as a SQL Server Login on the computer that ...



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