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If you have Exchange Online as well, you can use Powershell Set-UserPhoto. The cmdlet works for both on-premise and online.


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The MyLinks control is hidden in SharePoint 2010, but as you point out still present in both 2010 and 2013. The links are part of the User Profile. So they are in the User Profile Database. You can access them via the QuickLinksManager and the User Profile Property "QuickLinks". I should point out that the preferred technique in 2010 and 2013 is to use Tags ...


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If you look at the internals of the GetChanges method, it calls a stored procedure dbo.profile_GetUserEvents which returns 1000 records. Another option appears to be to add a query to the GetChanges method. Within the query there is the option of setting a ChangeTokenStart property with a date. You can try that method. This seems be some issue with the ...


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To import Profile picture into Sharepoint, you need to perform 3 things. Map the picture attribute to ThumanailPhoto. Run the Full Sync Now run the createThumbnail command to create the thumbnail. You can verify at this link http://oursite/mysites/User Photos/Profile Pictures if pictures imported. here is the link: ...


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Is your user profile property "Picture" mapped to the correct AD attribute- "thumbnailPhoto" ? Also, the user profile photos from AD are stored in sharepoint picture library in Mysite host site collection. you need to run the powershell command Update-SPProfilePhotoStore -CreateThumbnailsForImportedPhotos 1 -MySiteHostLocation %MySiteURL% Here is a ...



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