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Remove profiles after profile-import process probably would work, but another nice solution is to "filter" your service accounts before profile sync. Try to: 1 - Central Administration 2 - Manage Service Applications 3 - User profile Service Application 4 - Configure Synchronization Connections 5 - Select your sync connection and try to "Edit ...


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You can schedule PowerShell to remove a specific account, or adapt this to remove more than one account, or an account based on any property available with the UPSA. $wa = Get-SPWebApplication -IncludeCentralAdministration | ?{$_.DisplayName -match "Central"} $site = $wa.Sites[0] $ctx = Get-SPServiceContext -Site $site $upm = New-Object ...


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Even if OU is not on Import List, But if a user browses the site then SharePoint will create a profile for it. If you don't want the user's my site then Delete it and Delete the profile from UPA. It will not delete the ID from AD. Now, if someone again login with that service account, SharePoint will create the profile again.


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There are two timer jobs that push data from the UPSA to the UIL. User Profile Service Application - User Profile to SharePoint Full Synchronization and User Profile Service Application - User Profile to SharePoint Quick Synchronization are responsible for this. That said, sometimes the sync stops working correctly. In that case, you may want to try running ...



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