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It is little complicated, how many managers you want to give this kind of permission? If one then it really easy, otherwise create a group and add all managers in it then delegate them Manage Profile Permissions. To delegate administration of User Profile service features by using Central Administration Verify that the user account that completes this ...


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From what I've found, only the system account can change other people's profiles in 2010. You could write some custom code that impersonates the system account and updates profiles behind the scenes.


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Create a SharePoint Security Group and add all your customer's Edit your master page and add following script. _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("HidePhotos('CustomerGroup')"); function HidePhotos(groupName) { var currentContext = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var currentWeb = currentContext.get_web(); var currentUser = ...


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For others who land at this page - you need to populate the webpart into the webpart gallery.


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What ever Paul Gideon said is absolute true and explained in better way. Once mysite setup it can use one point mysite.internalfqdn.com or mysite.publicfqdn.com This is something Microsoft has to work on resolving this else for now we stuck. :)


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I'm not finished testing this, but if you're changing the master page, you can add the following to disable MDS(it will render the page in standard mode nomatter if MDS is activated or not):


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Just in case you haven't found the solution yet... The issue has been resolved in CU September 2014.



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