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Not sure if it's what you're looking for, but in my case I went into the list settings for the User Information List in SP2013 and created a new view that included several columns, including the ID for each user:


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Not exactly elegant but if you view your site collection access group with Id=0 you can find the user then hovering the mouse over that user the ID= for that user will display in the link preview. Go to: https://portal/_layouts/15/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0 Find the user and hover mouse over Look at bottom of screen for link preview The ID= is found ...


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You always install SharePoint Patches on all SharePoint boxes in the farm. (Where ever SharePoint is installed.) Once the patch is applied, you will need to run PSConfig (either the wizard or from PowerShell) to complete the process on every server in the farm. Bear in mind that you will suffer an outage when the Config Wizard runs on the machine to update ...


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Nishu, do not substitute SPOIDCRL with FedAuth for your cookie. Instead, use it exactly in a form of SPOIDCRL=... Alternatively, switch to use PeopleManager via CSOM https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/microsoft.sharepoint.client.userprofiles.peoplemanager.aspx


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There is a REST function that is 'GetUserByID' From here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/dn531432.aspx#bk_User function getUser(id){ var returnValue; jQuery.ajax({ url: "http://YourSite/_api/Web/GetUserById(" + id + ")", type: "GET", headers: { "Accept": "application/json;odata=verbose" }, success: function(data) { ...


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I finally managed to work around this issue and the actual solution is the first answer to this question, comments included. I logged on the server as the farm admin managed user, went to the "Region" dialog (just type "Region" in the search box of the start screen and you should get one result) and changed the setting from the previous one (Italian, in my ...


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In order to successfully provision "User Profile Synchronization Service" on a SharePoint 2010 or a SharePoint 2013 you need specific permission. FIM Account must have "Logon Locally" policy. Grant this using Local Security Policy on the server is receiving User Profile Synchronization Service provisioning; SharePoint Timer Service account need to be local ...


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There are two possible solutions in this situation. Clear the SharePoint Config cache on all WFE servers and then run the full sync. Run old fashioned stsadm -o sync command to delete the old sync info and re sync them. stsadm -o sync listolddatabases 0 stsadm -o sync deleteolddatabases 1


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they really don't answer your question as it appears that you can't control the Profile sync. But if for example you wanted to exclude disabled users - u could run a scheduled task and then some MSOL & SPO powershell to remove the users.


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Open central administration à security à Configure Service Account (On the drop down pick Farm Account) and ensure that the select and account for the component is the same as the one you are using to configure FIM (User profiles) the OK. That should fix that issue. Reference: ...


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The My Site Cleanup Job is responsible for deleting user profiles and My Sites of those users. This includes the following activities: Remove user profiles that are queued for deletion. If those users have a My Site, assign the user’s manager as the SPSite.SecondaryContact. Email the manager letting them know that the user’s My Site will be deleted in ...



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