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Gary Lapointe and Mathew McDermott recently published an article on this topic in SharePointPro magazine. It is available online here: http://www.sharepointpromag.com/article/sharepoint/monitor-sharepoint-user-profile-changes-129846 Synopsis of the article: First you enable logging via the STSADM tool (no PS available for this) stsadm -o ...


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I found my solution from this blog. Go to your Central Admin website Go to "Application Management" Go to "Service Applications -> Manage Service Applications" Click on "User Profile Service Application" Click on "Synchronization -> Configure Synchronization Connections" Click on your connection and select "Edit Connection Filters" from the menu Add a new ...


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Have you already set up synchronization from AD and got that working? You need to upload images to AD. I use PowerShell for this $photo = [byte[]](Get-Content C:\abc.jpg -Encoding byte) Set-ADUser myUser -Replace @{thumbnailPhoto=$photo} setup mapping in User Profile to thumbnailPhoto run Update-SPProfilePhotoStore -MySiteHostLocation http://my ...


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This is what I follow. The most important thing to note is if you screw up somewhere along the way you have to blow away your service application before trying again. Update Very rarely I have to remove the FIM certificates when things are really broken with the user profile service: Stop the SharePoint Timer Service Stop the User Profile Service if ...


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Just to accomplish what John said, you can create a schedules task for the following PowerShell script: $UserProfileService= Get-SPServiceApplication 42gg4bda-1hd0-4df6-bfgg-54gd4df33ff $UserProfileService.StartImport($true) P.S. Full Import can be intensive though so be very careful with the schedule.


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What that usually means is that your Active Directory isn't configured or managed the way that SharePoint expects. Grab your AD guy and have him sit next to you while you go to Central Admin -> Applications -> Service Applications -> User Profile Service. On the dropdown next to your default AD connection, there will be an option called "Edit Connection ...


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I think in the case of the User Profile Service Application databases the recommendation is to replicate, rather than propagate these between farms. I don't think you can attach a User Profile database from one farm to another. If your user profile data is mainly coming from Active Directory I would suggest you just re-import the AD profiles in the other ...


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Organization browser is populated from your user profile service application (using manager and colleagues data). Try and run an incremental syncronization of user profile.


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When you attempt to access the new site, the User Profile Service Application is called resulting in the error. It looks like this service wasn't created correctly. Try recreating this service according to the following steps: Make a record of any user profile configuration you've made. Delete the User Profile Service Application. Update to the latest ...


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The User Information List is alive and kicking in 2010. Whether using it makes any sense in your case would depend on what you mean by "this sort of user data".


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I think it is a known side effect when installing June CU. You can either uninstall .Net 4.0 or force FIM to use .Net Framework v2.0 It is explained here in detail: http://blogs.technet.com/b/patrick_heyde/archive/2011/07/02/sharepoint-2010-junecu-2011-available-side-effect-info-amp-solution.aspx


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There are workarounds to utilize local account when installing on Win7, but you wont want to do that in a production because: you wont be supported by Microsoft your farm wont scale you can count on having weird issues that you will most likely not find documentation on. In order for you to setup synchronization, when you configure the sync you need to ...


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You can have User profile synchronization and schedule the synchronization incremental timer job with the frequency you need.


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I think you were looking for a way to remove the accounts from the search results? If so, you can create a crawl rule to remove them from the results. You can create a managed property for the account name and exclude it from the results. See this thread: ...


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Have found bug related with this behavior. Steps to fix them: 1. Open [dbo].[proc_Profile_SetSearchUserTerms] procedure 2. Check @changedValues declaration (varchar) 3. Alter procedure with "DECLARE @changedValues TABLE (PropertyValue nvarchar(255), Direction int)" 4. Be happy.


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You could create a PowerShell script to run the Full Profile Sync and then schedule it to run as a Windows Scheduled Task every week.


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Sharepoint 2010 has the ability to log just about everything ranging from your dog barking to the server has crashed. Not all of it as activated by default though. Have a look at Monitoring > Configure diagnostic logging in your Central Admin. Under SharePoint Portal Server there are a couple which you need to tick: SPS People User Profiles Personal ...


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I seem to remember hearing that this is a feature that was supposed to more substantial but basically got cut from the 2010 release. So I don't think you can do much with them in this version of SharePoint.


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You could generate a CSV file from your FBA user store (somehow), and import that into AD using the Active Directory Users and Groups interface.


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InfoPath Form Services does not support claims based authentication (that's what MS Support told us, when we faced a similar issue with Nintex Workflow.asmx about a month back). If you look in the IIS logs you will see that the calls to the UserProfileService.asmx are getting made as nt authority\anonymous user instead of the currently logged in user. This ...


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Usernames display as "domain\username" when User Profile Synchronziation has not yet been configured or there is issues with the service application / synchronization once it has been setup. Here is the MS TechNet information on how to configure User Profile Sync - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee721049.aspx.


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This is full 'road map' Central administration > Application Management > Service Applications > Manage service applications click User Profile service People > Manage User Properties select desired property > menu Edit scroll to bottom


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You can map User Profile properties to BCS connections as long as there is a unique identifier on your SQL data that can map to a unique property in the User Profile. Here is a blog post that can walk you through it: http://www.kowalski.ms/2010/07/20/sharepoint-server-2010-supplementing-user-profile-imports-using-bcs/


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You should check if the user exists with before you ask for the profile: if ( profileManager.UserExists(_userName) ) { user = profileManager.GetUserProfile(_userName); } It might also be a good idea to check if the login is valid (eg. the user has logged in before). You can use EnsureUser() for this SPUser user = site.RootWeb.EnsureUser(_userName); ...


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The disabled/deleted accounts will no longer be imported, and will no longer be available in the User Profiles record set. That's the short answer. But I bet what you really wanted to know is what effect this will have on the active users' experience and SharePoint sites and documents created by a now disabled/deleted account. I'm no definative voice, but ...


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Using the sharepoint Management Shell you can execute the following script. Replace the url with one of the application url's your are running on: $mySiteUrl = "http://portal.contoso.com" $sc = Get-SPServiceContext($mySiteUrl) $upm = new-object Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileManager($sc) $upm.MySiteHostUrl If no url is available take one ...


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Thanks for the helpful suggestions! I ended up following the Rational Guide to Implementing SharePoint 2010 User Profile Synchronization and that eventually solved my problems. At the end of the day it was the fact the user set up to do the actual AD synchronization did not have all the right permissions to do its job. It turns out the user doing the ...


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I struggled with this for about a week and did all the configuration steps I could find (Delegate Authority in AD, Enable NETBios names, create and configure a new UPS, make a new UPS connection, do the sync, etc.). After doing all that my AD users were still not synching to SP 2010. Finally, I installed SP Server 2010 SP1 and simply tried doing the sync ...


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Try to delete the User Profile Service, and its proxy and recreate a new one. I had to do the same thing whenever it didn't start.. UPDATE: Also try out this microsoft technet article: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/gg750257(office.14).aspx


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There are two jobs, User Profile to SharePoint Quick Sync and User Profile to SharePoint Full Sync, that synchronize the User Profile database information with the UIL. Sometimes this stops working (properly) and in that case you need to run: stsadm -o sync -listolddatabases 0 stsadm -o sync -deleteolddatabases 0 The first command will list Content ...



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