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I am sure your UPA sync connection only importing users from Domain A but not from Domain B. As you said Domian B has trust wit domain A, then User from Domain B can access the the SharePoint site without having the profile. If user grant permission to domain B user in sharepoint Site, then his incomplete profile will be created as you can see currently. ...


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You should remove the existing people search content source from Search administration and then add a new content source. Do a full crawl and that will resolve this.


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You may have orphaned user profiles in your environment, wheich you may need to clean up. That means that a new user with the same domain\username as the old user, then SharePoint would create a new user profile, and not migrate the old. But if the old user wasn't deleted from the user information list, the new user can't be imported correct, and gets an ...


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You need to mark the User Profile Property as Replicable. You also have to set the Default Privacy Setting of the property to Everyone and not allow the user to override the setting. I do have to say though, why not just use the out of the box Department property? Just remove the default AD import mapping and everything else will work as you would like with ...


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you can replace the image in layout folder! Path: C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\IMAGES There you find four placeholder pictures personplaceholder.32x32x32.png personplaceholder.48x48x32.png personplaceholder.96x96x32.png personplaceholder.200x150x32.png Replace this pictures with your customized ...


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Yes, this is correct. In our intranet we use disabling user to prevent unauthorized access. So the way this user references remain intact and guarantee the security of sensitive information. Hope this helps you.


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Yes, if a User is disabled at AD directory level and you have proper filters set in the User Profile then yes. If user is disabled then user will not able to log in even though user have the correct permission. SharePoint performs authorization, not authentication. SharePoint asks IIS (and then Active Directory) to perform the authentication instead. ...


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I've exactly the same problem with you. You can delete the current connection and create a new one, then start synchronize it. And try to focus on Sync Status on screen when you starting sync to see if there is any change there. If not, I think difinitely cause of sync.


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First thing is check that you are actually syncing. I would first visit Central Administration and under your user profile service execute a full sync and verify it runs. There is a visual queue that it's running on the user profile service page. After it runs you can check to see if the user name is updated. I would also look directly and the users ...


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I will be accepting Vipul Kelkar's answer as it is correct. I still managed to find an easier solution that is acceptable to us so I want to share it here as an extra answer. Instructions on how to export user information into an excel sheet: First we need to obtain LIST ID and VIEW ID from the user information list that can be found at Site Settings -> ...


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Thanks for asking, I have been meaning to do more investigation as part of some programming tasks that I am working on and this is a timely inquiry. I have seen other questions in a similar vein and since the first answer missed the mark, here goes. (BTW, I tried an honest answer in the past and got voted down. Don't shoot the messenger.) You Can't Sure, ...


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If you are OK with a code based solution, use the Client side object model to connect to your tenant's user profile service and export the data. Here is a good post to do it. You will have to loop through all the user profiles and export the data. You can also make use of the people search data. Query the people search using the rest API to get all the ...



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