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Here are the steps you should follow Take a backup of the MOSS 2007 SSP and the My Site databases through SQL Server. Restore the SSP database as Profile DB and the My Site Content database as WSS_Content_MySites in the SharePoint 2010 -SQL Server instance. Create a Web Application through SharePoint 2010 Central Administration to host My Site. Attach and ...


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After Couple of Week with support finally we got the Answer. ADI does not support importing or export the profile picture. ADI only works with simple mappings like single value strings and ints. Profile Picture falls under complex attribute so that it is not supported. User Profile Sync engine would be the one you would want to go with if you’re wanting to ...


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Step 1 : To set item level permission Use "Replace List Item Permissions" action in SharePoint 2010 Designer Workflow. Please refer the following links for implementation details... http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/Roji.Joy/how-to-set-item-level-permission-using-sharepoint-designer-2/ ...


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The incorrect one might be coming from the User Information list. Try deleting the user from there. It should fix your problem. You can refer this for the powershell script to be used.


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ADI does not support importing pictures from AD. Period. :)


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How many AD connections do you have in your UPS? If this a migration try migrating the users: $w = Get-SPWebApplication “http://yoursharepointsite.com/” $w.MigrateUsers($True) You can also try to delete the obsolete users and groups (from here) $upa = Get-spserviceapplication <identity> Set-SPProfileServiceApplication $upa -GetNonImportedObjects ...


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Verify you don't have multiple authentication (identity) providers defined for the Web Application in DEV, so basically this screen should only have one provider selected. Image source


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The issue you encountered is due to the fact that the UserInfo table is not updated for the current site collection. For your case, I believe you haven't set up the User Profile Synchronization Service Application yet. When you update the user information in the AD server, e.g. DisplayName, in order for the information to be reflected in the SharePoint ...


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NO Slaven is incorrect! this is one way, any changes you make through sharepoint would not make any changes through AD! You should only need to make changes through AD and let Sharepoint handle the rest ;) Sharepoint like its search counterpart need the same process in AD user profile updating! i think what your looking for is 'Schedule profile ...


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You can change it in Central Adminsitration > Application Management > Manage service applications > User Profile Service Application > Manage User Profiles. But you should investigate why attributes from AD accounts aren't synchronized properly. If one day synchronization between AD and SharePoint gets fixed then changes you made manually in Central ...


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The ONLY permission you need is "Replicating Directory Permissions". That is ALL. You do not need all the other permissions mentioned above. This is pure misinformation.


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If you want to understand how InfoPath and User Profile data work together, you need to work your way through this Clayton Cobb blog post Your eyes will wobble and your ears will shake, but if you follow this step by step, you will be on top of the game of every user profile related InfoPath lookup. Is there a way to pick a user from a people ...


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The high level steps are to: Provision a User Profile Service Application Start the User Profile Service Start the Synchronization Service Create a Synchronization Connection Run the import You have to choose how you want to import user profiles, you can do a direct AD sync that will not require FIM (but is limited in many ways) or use FIM to perform and ...


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Update the function where you are trying to set the profile image. Add a try block around the read profile pic code. Inside the catch set profile pic to default.


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Somehow there is an issue reading all of the properties of an account so try to select only what you want like in the url siteUrl + "/_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetMyProperties?$select=AccountNamr,Email


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Instead of changing the STS configuration as suggested in the blog posts, I'd suggest to just clear the Logon Token Cache. Clear-SPDistributedCacheItem –ContainerType DistributedLogonTokenCache


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The issue and solution is described here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2874332 Good luck!



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