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Its advisable to create a custom Page Layout based on your requirement. Then create a Welcome Page out of that. Once completed, you can create a PowerShell Script which goes and create this Page for existing My Sites. And also change the Welcome Page to the newly created page.


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Add the following CSS: .ms-profile-toggleDetails { display:none; } .ms-profile-hiddenDetails { display:block !important; overflow:visible !important; } This will show all the information by default and hide "Show More" link button.


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Well, based on what Mike claims here the ordering is controlled by the order the rendering controls for the properties are added on the page. For some pages this could be modified using SharePoint designer, but for others this is not possible. That means that as far as I know, custom ordering should not be supported. Also worth mentioning this article, ...


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The best practice is to Create a Visual Studio Solution. Then add your page layouts and other styling files. Create a feature receiver Use that to set the Page or create new page using the custom layout etc. For existing site, you can deploy the solution and then use PowerShell to activate it on all the sites.


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Maximum supported limit is 750,000 MySites (site collections) per web application. I don't think there is a limit. There is nothing on TechNet that says otherwise, but I'm sure the number you have is much less than SharePoint can handle. If users are planning on using their MySites for content, I would recommend creating multiple MySite content databases, ...


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in this case msdn is you best friend. As i created it for the company that i work for i could answer this for you ;) mysite limmit for webapplication first you need to understand what is a mysite? a mysite is a site collection. The mysite when setup if done according to best practice should be hosted on its own web application. This web application ...


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There is a User Profile Change log that is maintained for 14 days by default. You can query it and determine what changed and even if your property of interest changed. In PowerShell you could get a service context and then do something like: $manager = New-Object Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileManager $context Then use one of the ...


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As per my knowledge there is no event associated with User Profiles. Hence there is no way we can define an event receiver. As you suggested you need a timer service and then loop through the profile change log. Then take a decision based on that.


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There is no out of the box way for achieving this. You can achieve this using Create a template file (dotx) file which specifies how the document should look like. You can add controls and specify the field names/image/style etc Create a timer job which runs every day Inside the timer job create logic to generate document using the template files. You can ...



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