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Their are couple of ways to fix this kind of issue. Update the Mysite Host with trailing Slash i.e http://mysite/ We can update this manually by going to user profile properties inside user profile service application and linking it to the correct picture. Use the powershell to update this. here is code: $site = get-spsite "http://SiteCollection" ...


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Profiles are first imported via User Profile Synchronization which is part of the User Profile Service Application. Then, a scheduled timer job is supposed to sync the latest updated profile data to each site collection. Each site collection stores a copy of the user profile information in it's User list. I believe if a user logs in and the user's profile ...


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This is due to the site collection users list, which is where this info is stored. There are two timer jobs that control this: "User Profile Service Application Name" - User Profile to SharePoint Full Synchronization "User Profile Service Application Name" - User Profile to SharePoint Quick Synchronization Where "User Profile Service Application Name" is ...


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Changing managed Account password every month, practically not good as per my experience.We had the plan to change the password once a year. Changing every month means you have a down time for your service applications. I am not in favor of changing password from SharePoint, rather change it by yourself. change the password and then update SharePoint with ...


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The “SharePoint Active Directory Import” does not mark the profile to be deleted either with incremental or Full Import when they are disabled and only way to remove the obsolete users is as mentioned here Run Full Import Post that run Use SharePoint Management Shell to Run following $upa = Get-SPServiceApplication -id Set-SPProfileServiceApplication ...


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Every month seems extreme, but either way you have to realize that depending on your farm there are as many as 5 different accounts that cannot be managed and 3 important ones that have to be changed through the UI or PowerShell if you change the passwords. For your question about the User Profile Sync Service, just stop the service and when you restart it, ...


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The problem is resolved The cause was: The clock skew between the SharePoint server and DNS server Correcting this solved the issue


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If it's in a database why not use the BCS to create an External Content Type? Then create a secondary import connection in the User Profile Service and have the properties updated when the Synchronization Timer Job runs? If not then you could just run it as a Windows scheduled job. Heck, you could even ditch the C# for PowerShell.


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If you want to remove all the instances and try fresh I recommend the following solution: Deleted Service Application, Service Instance(s) Remain This issue can also be resolved with following PowerShell Script: ============================================ # Loads the SharePoint 2010 PowerShell extensions Add-PSSnapIn Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell ...


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If your VM on the domain then you can configure the User Profile services and create the sync connection. Here are few guidline for you: https://sharepointumar.wordpress.com/2012/12/23/configure-user-profile-service-application-in-sharepoint-2013/ Synchronize user and group profiles in SharePoint Server 2013



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