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im just guessing here..... the domain users are comming from active directory and the other users that only show first and last are created localy or directly on sharepoint ;) creating a sharepoint account that is local to sharepoint only: Add a user account 1.On the Site Administration page, under Users and roles, click Manage users. 2.Click ...


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Since he references my post I figured I should answer your question. After creating your Managed Property you can set the FullTextIndex property like this. $managedproperty.FullTextIndex = "PeopleIdx" $managedproperty.Update()


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My final code for getting correct LCID: RegionalSettings _regionalSettings; PersonProperties _userProfile; public PersonProperties UserProfile { get { if (_userProfile == null) { var peopleManager = new PeopleManager(_clientContext); _userProfile = ...


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The September 9,2014 Update didn't solve this issue in my environment. The patch version is now at 15.0.4649.1001. I found this workaround and solved this issue.


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The REST API for the user profile service is read only. What I would suggest is that your registration app create an entry in a list with the required details and then you use an event receiver on that list to build the profile for the user.


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The look and feel in your screenshot is the new look and feel of the mysite. Microsoft did some changes to the look and feel of SharePoint Online. These updates were deployed during summer of 2014. To mimic the old look and feel, you can create a new master page and CSS file and deploy these to all your mySites. However there is no guarantee that your ...


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There is currently a bug in SP2013, that by my understandings won't let you change the search center for my sites from the UI. The solution would be to do it with powershell instead. At the first row of the code, make sure that you change it to the name of your search service application. $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication "Search Service ...


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In order to get your search working on the people properties you need to do some more configuration. Once you have imported the user profiles into SharePoint, you need to configure the people search. Refer this link to configure people search. Also, in the search service application, make sure that you have the managed property for the property you want to ...


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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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You just need the April CU for SQL server and you would have been fine. There are some other things that you need to install with SharePoint CU and updates.


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I have copied the default image in SharePoint and using the below code to load the default image: imgUserProfilePagePicture.ImageUrl = SPContext.Current.Site.Url + "/_layouts/15/images/PersonPlaceholder.200x150x32.png";


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I used the following code: SPSite site = SPContext.Current.Site; UserProfileManager userProfileManager = new UserProfileManager(SPServiceContext.GetContext(site)); // accountName is Active Directory account UserProfile userProfile = userProfileManager.GetUserProfile(accountName); // PictureUrl is the property you need to set.. set it to Empty string.. ...


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There are 3 properties in User Profile Services Work phone,Department and Title which are visible on the Profile. So you can work around with it. You can edit the User Properties : Manage User Properties Edit the property and set the New Mapping as required and remove the other if not required:


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I have not yet registered users in SharePoint 2013. But in SP2010 used to below code for registering the users in FBA, kindly refer if it can be useful to you. MembershipCreateStatus mcs = new MembershipCreateStatus(); SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { using (SPSite site = ...


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Use ADFS authentication this should solve your problem. Let me know if you need additional information


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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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You should look in the SharePoint logfile. In my case the IIS Application Pool user did not have permissions on the searchservice database. After granting the user permissions it worked.


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Looks Like this is not supported by MSFT so that we don't any solution far. Even Spence Harber respond on one of post. But this code from Technet Gallery. http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Create-User-Profile-Sync-e9ec0cf7 ...


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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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