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One thing you can do is to set the profile picture user property direction to Import instead of Export, assuming user1 uploads the picture in SharePoint. On Export, the picture overwrites the AD profile picture. In order to change the profile picture (on Import) you have to change the profile picture in your AD (domain1 and domain2).


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You could try Azure AD Graph REST API for that purpose, in particular Get User(s) operation, for example: GET https://graph.windows.net/contoso.onmicrosoft.com/users?api-version=2013-04-05 HTTP/1.1 Authorization: Bearer eyJ0eX ... FWSXfwtQ Content-Type: application/json Host: graph.windows.net


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In the connection setting, you should use the Fully Qualified Domain Name, and not only the domain name you're using when you're signing in to a computer in the domain. Neither should you use the forest name which looks like tmpl-dev.local in your case. Your FQDN might be tmpl-dev.company.com which differs from the forest name and the <domain ...


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Answering (sort of) in case anyone else runs into the issue. After putting in some extra diagnostics it appears the problem occurs when the user has not visited SharePoint for a number of hours. My hypothesis is that SharePoint only knows that a user has indirect membership of an SP group if it has a cached token for them. Once their token is flushed out ...


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Oh You are using the Active Directory Import. You are out of luck. ADI import does not support the complex property import. Profile Picture fall under the Complex property so it does not supported. We had the same issue and we switched to UPS after couple of months troubleshooting with MSFT support.


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The AD import option does not automatically synchronize photos from Active Directory to SharePoint Server 2013. If you need to import photos you must use profile synchronization. For more information, see Microsoft technet article After starting UPSS, Do iisreset. then start full profile sync. Hope this helps.


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with SharePoint 2010 and 2013 out of the box features, it is not simple to select custom recipients, AD users, personalize templates and mail merge information from multiple lists. If you are not willing to use complex SharePoint Workflows or waste time for coding, the possibilities are quite limited. In this case I would recommend to use a 3rd party tool, ...


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For me the solution was simply to have the user (that was added to the AD group) to log off and on again on his workstation. That updates the group membership.


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Considering that you have run a AD synchronization with your UPSA and that your AD connection rules include the OU of the user you are querying for, you should be able to retrieve the specific AD fields (in this case email) using JSOM. Check SP.Userprofiles (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj920104.aspx) var userProfileProperties; // Ensure ...


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I guess you mean ADGuid property, if so then the following example demonstrates how to retrieve this property: function getUserProperies(loginName) { var deferred = $.Deferred(); var ctx = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var peopleManager = new SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager(ctx); var properties = peopleManager.getPropertiesFor(loginName); ...


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looks like this is a noted bug a year ago. their is workaround for this. Setting SharePoint Alerts on Active Directory Security Groups I'm suggesting that you try adding the AD group by giving it permissions directly to see if SharePoint will recognize it like a user. As I said, alerts are designed to work with users, not groups or distribution lists. If ...



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