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this is what we have, we just importing only active users userAccountControl Bit on equals 2 This will only import active accounts in AD.


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I removed the user from UPS. I did a full sync in UPS. After this I did a full crawl. Now it is fixed :)


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You can edit the User Profile Service Synchronization Connection to Active Directory. Central Admin --> Manage Service Applications --> User Profile Service --> Configure Synchronization Connections --> Select Connection --> Edit Then make sure all the required OUs are selected. Thereafter do a full synchronization for the user profile ...


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Have you ruled out the network? I see this very often with bad Network Load Balancing. Use a HOSTS file to pin the IP Address of one server and test again.


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Deactivating the SharePoint Publishing web feature and check .


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There is no proper answer for this question rather you just make sure that all performance tuning things performed. I would do / check couple of things. Make sure SQL server memory usage is fine auto-growth rate for Profile DBs and MySie DBs should be MSFT best recomendation i.e 256MB Check Antivirus App Pool of MySite & also User Profile Service ...


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You can retrieve property information including the display name via another method called GetUserProfileSchema: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/websvcuserprofileservice.userprofileservice.getuserprofileschema(v=office.14).aspx


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Ok after a little messing I managed to get this to work. Despite having a publishing site I still had to set up my site and also the active directory connection and synchronisation service. With those items in place the Internal Server error 500 vanished and the data was displayed. Thanks to everyone for their help in getting to the bottom of this, a ...


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Aaaand... here's how you fix it (with help from this post) $sub = get-spsitesubscription "MyGUID"; $site = get-spsite "https://myonedrivesite.mydomain.com/personal/myuser" set-spsite -identity $site -SiteSubscription $sub Then you'll be good to go. It was a matter of adding the site subscription to the site you had.


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Try using the below URL : _spPageContextInfo.webServerRelativeUrl+ "/_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetMyProperties If you still do not get the code working try accessing the URL in the browser http://yoursite.yourdomain.com/_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetMyProperties and see if the results are returned. If you get a feed reading ...


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Try this one Upon receiving this error message, the Authentication settings for the SharePoint Web Services (this is the site responsible for issuing the security tokens). Under IIS 7 > Sites > SharePoint Web Services > Authentication > Windows Authentication (enabled) > Advanced Settings > Check Enable Kernal-mode authentication. The "Enable Kernal-mode ...


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OK, I found the solution myself. Still not able to unchecked that check-box, however by changing a setting in central admin. In the Managed metadata service (the proxy one, not the actual one) I checked the box called This service application is the default storage location for column specific term sets. It then allowed me to select a term set. Problem ...


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I'm afraid that's not possible. You can only specify a service application to be partitioned upon creation. That said, I've not seen any successful multi-tenant SharePoint environments other than the Office365 one. It involves a lot of plumbing and custom development to arrive at a state that enables solid operations. Furthermore, the stringent AD ...


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Your domain netbios name (assuming that's where AD comes from) differs from domain FQDN name (company.com), so you need to enable NetBiosDomainNamesEnabled property to get correct domains in user profiles. "NetBiosDomainNamesEnabled is a property that is set on every UPA. By default, this value is set to false which means that you must set it to true in the ...


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Check that your Regional Settings of the Domain User that is running SharePoint Timer Service is the same as Language ID of the SharePoint Installation. You can check regional settings for that user opening PS with "run-as" the user you want to check and executing Get-WinSystemLocale on Windows Server 2012 or Get-Culture on Windows server 2008 R2. it should ...


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If anyone is interested, i created a script that cleans up and starts the Synchronization serivice for you: http://sharepointbjorn.com/2014/06/25/user-profile-synchronization-autofixer/ I use it all the time myself, saving a lot of time:-) It stops a stuck synchronzation (Stuck on starting/stopping), clears forefront certificates, deletes the one time ...



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