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Late answer but, The User Profile is not responsible in this case. SharePoint recognizes AD security groups and attaching permissions to these groups will cause the permissions to be granted to the User. Unfortunately, due to SharePoint caching the user's memberships on login, changes made to a security group are identified only after the cache has ...


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This is not supported with Active Directory Import. We had the same issue where we want to import the Profile Pictures using ADI but after configuring everything nothing showed up. We open the case with MSFT for this issue, almost in 2 months we reached to escalation Team and they confirmd this. Profile Picture import is not supported in ADI becuase ADI ...


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I really don't want to copy&paste full instructions here, but here you will find steps, and they work. I have done it, and it took 4 hours for farm with one SP server and a separate SQL server that were both moved to new domain. In a nutshell: move servers to new domain, and reconfigure permissions for new service accounts. After that, move SQL server, ...


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Ready PowerShell script for migrating both users and groups when you have CSV of old and new account names is here. Save the following into Migrate.ps1 (or whatever). Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell function MigrateUserOrGroups($migrationType, $csvFile) { #Getting the SPFarm object $farm = Get-SPFarm Write-Host $migrationType ...


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You can do a migration like this using PowerShell using the MigrateUserAccount and MigrateGroup method. SPFarm.MigrateUserAccount can be used in the same was as stsadm -o migrateuser. Full syntax, once you've grabbed the farm object with Get-SPFarm and assigned an object $farm is: $farm.MigrateGroup($oldlogin, $newlogin) ...


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Active Directory Import is new synchronization method introduced in SharePoint 2013. It is highly efficient if only import is required even with AD only. And that's true, you will not be able to start User Profile Synchronization Service after configuration synchronization method as Active Directory Import You have to perform some step to create connection ...


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For migrating moving a user in SharePoint you can use Move-SPUser command in PowerShell Move-SPUser -Identity "DOMAIN\oldusername" -NewAlias "Domain\newusername" Technet link Here is a previous post about collapsing a forest. Indicating that you should do a top down migration of the users. You're on the right track. I prefer stsadm -o migrateuser as ...


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First thing is check that you are actually syncing. I would first visit Central Administration and under your user profile service execute a full sync and verify it runs. There is a visual queue that it's running on the user profile service page. After it runs you can check to see if the user name is updated. I would also look directly and the users ...


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SPUser.LoginName is the property you can map to ActiveDirectory sAMAccountName LDAP attribute. Use serverfault.com or TechNet Gallery for further inquiries on how to use DOMAIN\Username logins and ADSI to query AD.



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