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The above issue seems to occur when the User Profile Service is stuck by some other process or process overlaps (You would see the User Profile Synchronization Service stopped in System Settings->Manage Services on Server Section), Try restarting the SharePoint Timer Service, it will solve the purpose.


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To import Profile picture into Sharepoint, you need to perform 3 things. Map the picture attribute to ThumanailPhoto. Run the Full Sync Now run the createThumbnail command to create the thumbnail. You can verify at this link http://oursite/mysites/User Photos/Profile Pictures if pictures imported. here is the link: ...


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Is your user profile property "Picture" mapped to the correct AD attribute- "thumbnailPhoto" ? Also, the user profile photos from AD are stored in sharepoint picture library in Mysite host site collection. you need to run the powershell command Update-SPProfilePhotoStore -CreateThumbnailsForImportedPhotos 1 -MySiteHostLocation %MySiteURL% Here is a ...


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It's hard to tell, but maybe the account don't have the permission "Replicate Directory Changes" on the Organization Unit (OU) your trying to incrementallt sync in the Active Directory. Reference: Rational Guide to implementing SharePoint Server 2010 User Profile Synchronization Incremental Sync: if Active Directory was the directory source, a full ...


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You have more copies of each services because your farm has more servers. Try this to see the online services: Get-SPServiceInstance | where {$_.Status -eq "online" } | Sort TypeName | Format-Table TypeName,Id,Status,Server Take also a look here: multiple results for each service instance



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