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Old Domain: OldDom New Domain: NewDom Step 1: Preparations before migrating servers Check if the SharePoint Central Administration’s Application Pool is running under Network Service or using a Domain Account Open IIS manager –>Expand Web Sites –> Right Click on SharePoint Central Administration –> Properties –> Home Directory Tab and then locate the ...


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When ever you make a change in AD for one user or all users, You have to run the User Profile Sync Crawl. You can schedule it daily /weekly or what ever. We schedule incremental every night so that all the changes imported from AD to SharePoint.Run Full Profile Import once a month.


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The incorrect one might be coming from the User Information list. Try deleting the user from there. It should fix your problem. You can refer this for the powershell script to be used.


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How many AD connections do you have in your UPS? If this a migration try migrating the users: $w = Get-SPWebApplication “http://yoursharepointsite.com/” $w.MigrateUsers($True) You can also try to delete the obsolete users and groups (from here) $upa = Get-spserviceapplication <identity> Set-SPProfileServiceApplication $upa -GetNonImportedObjects ...


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Verify you don't have multiple authentication (identity) providers defined for the Web Application in DEV, so basically this screen should only have one provider selected. Image source


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You're not giving too much information so helping is quite difficult. UPS can be broken in million different ways, but looks like the sync is starting but it's not importing anything. Look at FIM console for the specific error: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Servers\14.0\Synchronization Service\UIShell\miisclient.exe --> verify you're not missing ...


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The issue you encountered is due to the fact that the UserInfo table is not updated for the current site collection. For your case, I believe you haven't set up the User Profile Synchronization Service Application yet. When you update the user information in the AD server, e.g. DisplayName, in order for the information to be reflected in the SharePoint ...


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NO Slaven is incorrect! this is one way, any changes you make through sharepoint would not make any changes through AD! You should only need to make changes through AD and let Sharepoint handle the rest ;) Sharepoint like its search counterpart need the same process in AD user profile updating! i think what your looking for is 'Schedule profile ...


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You can change it in Central Adminsitration > Application Management > Manage service applications > User Profile Service Application > Manage User Profiles. But you should investigate why attributes from AD accounts aren't synchronized properly. If one day synchronization between AD and SharePoint gets fixed then changes you made manually in Central ...


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The ONLY permission you need is "Replicating Directory Permissions". That is ALL. You do not need all the other permissions mentioned above. This is pure misinformation.


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I was able to solve this problem. So I am sending an answer here as it might be the solution to others' similar issue. When I wanted to create the farm using SP powershell, I did not run it as the SQL admin user (though I was logged in as SQL admin). So the program started as local machine admin which did not have dbowner role on SQL Server. When I digged ...


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Yes, Your understanding is correct. When you run the migrateuser command if new login does not exist in AD then this command will throw the errors. It will copy the permission from old ID to new ID.


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The migrateuse STSADM operation actually associates the existing permissions of DomainA\xyz(Old user) with DomainB\xyz(New user). In this process it first removes all the existing permissions of DomainB\xyz (New user), if any. Here is a very good detailed explanation of how actually migrateuser operation is executed behind the scenes.


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Migrate command Migrates a user account in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to a new login name and binary ID. If an entry for the new login name already exists, the entry is marked for deletion to make way for the migration. Migrates user access from one domain user to another. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288467(v=office.12).aspx


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Migrate user updates the reference in the User Information List to make sure the existing items refer to the correct migrated user in New Domain. So created by, modified by and all other user fields will work correctly in Migrate user command. If you add a new user, it will be a new user for SharePoint; a new entry will be added in User Information List and ...


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Instead of changing the STS configuration as suggested in the blog posts, I'd suggest to just clear the Logon Token Cache. Clear-SPDistributedCacheItem –ContainerType DistributedLogonTokenCache



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