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The details steps here : Open SharePoint Management Shell as Administrator. Type this command Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name Open IIS Manager > Application Pool > Match Application Pool GUID with the command result. Refer Get the corresponding SharePoint services name of the Application Pool Guid
I am so stupid. I forgot in SP2010, application pools created by CA or PowerShell are named with GUID. Hence when I open IIS manager I cannot find the new pools I created because they are named (e.g. 7caf285b-df15-91fgf-95a8-ca74edbddc01) Refer to this old post, I use Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | select Id, Name to get the GUID of pools and match the ...
In this case, users are added to the hidden User Information List the first time they access the site (any site in the site collection - each site collection has its own User Information List and there is only one per site collection). If the user accessing the site is not already in the User Information List, it is added to it and any data gathered from AD ...
Things you can check: Grant the Replicate Directory Changes for the account which runs the service. Select the containers where the users are stored. Make sure if you have a multi farm setup, that the service is only running once. Allow login locally for the account. User Profile Service and User Profile Sync Service are Started successfully. Hope this ...
In your case you don't need to change the UPS account , and to start the UPS service you should use the farm account meanwhile the farm account should be added to local administrator group during starting and provisioning UPS service. Keep in mind, adding the farm account to local Administrator group is required only to start the User Profile ...
There's no supported way to change this, so my suggestion would be just to use T-SQL to make the modification. USE [ProfileDB] UPDATE dbo.ProfileSubtypePropertyAttributes SET IsAdminEditOnly = 0, IsEditable = 0 WHERE PropertyId = 3;
If the actual Service is stuck in Stopping or Starting: Firstly, run this: Get-SPServiceInstance This will show a list of service Instances. Find your broken Service (Status will be Provisioning or Unprovisioning) Get the GUID of this Service Next $srvc = Get-SPServiceInstance "GUID" $srvc.Unprovision() Wait for sometime it will stop Verify that ...
Deleting User Profiles in SharePoint won't delete account in the active directory. You can verify that by opening "Active Directory Users and Computers" on your local PC and search for that service account you deleted the User Profile for.
Generally this is caused by the user not being "active" on the site. Once SharePoint updates the info from the UPS to the local site, the info is not updated again unless the user takes action on the site, like updating or adding an item. If synchronization is failing you may see old databases with: stsadm -o sync listolddatabases 0 If you do you can get ...
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