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If AD properties are already mapped with user profile properties, then you can get them using REST API. http://siteurl/_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetMyProperties Just make GET request to the above end-point, it will return you current user's properties. Get all properties of Specific User SP Online http://siteurl/_api/SP.UserProfiles....


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To Add OOTB Taxonomy Picker Edit the masterpage and add: In your HTML/page/script editor add JS to set SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', function () { SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.taxonomy.js', 'SP.Taxonomy.TaxonomySession', init); }); //Code to initialize the Taxonomy picker control var tagUI = document.getElementById(...


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Things you can check: Grant the Replicate Directory Changes for the account which runs the service. Select the containers where the users are stored. Make sure if you have a multi farm setup, that the service is only running once. Allow login locally for the account. User Profile Service and User Profile Sync Service are Started successfully. Hope this ...


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There's no supported way to change this, so my suggestion would be just to use T-SQL to make the modification. USE [ProfileDB] UPDATE dbo.ProfileSubtypePropertyAttributes SET IsAdminEditOnly = 0, IsEditable = 0 WHERE PropertyId = 3;


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Generally this is caused by the user not being "active" on the site. Once SharePoint updates the info from the UPS to the local site, the info is not updated again unless the user takes action on the site, like updating or adding an item. If synchronization is failing you may see old databases with: stsadm -o sync listolddatabases 0 If you do you can get ...



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