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I found my solution from this blog. Go to your Central Admin website Go to "Application Management" Go to "Service Applications -> Manage Service Applications" Click on "User Profile Service Application" Click on "Synchronization -> Configure Synchronization Connections" Click on your connection and select "Edit Connection Filters" from the menu Add a new ...


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The primary issue happened to be that IE used "normal" mode to open the CA site. To get the context menu for AD connection I had to force IE11 to use "compatibility mode" for CA site, this added the missing controls to the connections list.


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By default user profile synchronization in SharePoint Online synchronises only few standard set of properties. Custom AAD Properties are not synced to SharePoint online User profiles by default/OOTB synchronization mechanism.You can see more details & the list of properties here. Below is an excerpt from the link. Q4.Why isn't it possible to map ...


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This is what I follow. The most important thing to note is if you screw up somewhere along the way you have to blow away your service application before trying again. Update Very rarely I have to remove the FIM certificates when things are really broken with the user profile service: Stop the SharePoint Timer Service Stop the User Profile Service if its ...


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You can perform the following to resolve the issues: Make sure User Profile Synchronization service is running In the user profile service application make sure "Profile Synchronization Status" is not stuck in synchronizing state. Start a full User Profile Synchronization Re-add forest and make sure the password of the account used for synchronization isn'...


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Office 365 for Education does not automatically sync user profiles with SharePoint Online. To see and edit a user profile in SharePoint Online, the user must first visit a SharePoint site. After a user visits a site, the profile will be synced to SharePoint Online during the next scheduled Office 365 directory service sync. How To Manage SharePoint Online ...


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Have you enabled "replicable" on the field properties? If this isnt enabled, the properties are not propagated to the hidden user list Edit: if you look at this post, it seems that not all user profile types are propagated. Change one of the properties to TEXT just to test if this is the cause of this.


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Go to Central Admin -> Manage Service Applications -> User Profile Service Application


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I found this great article on how to accomplish this. Assuming that you already have basic user profile synchronization working, the steps are: Create an import PictureUrl mapping - Go to your Central Admin site "Manage Service Applications -> User Profile Service Application -> Manager User Properties -> Picture" and select "thumbnailPhoto" as the ...


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You have more copies of each services because your farm has more servers. Try this to see the online services: Get-SPServiceInstance | where {$_.Status -eq "online" } | Sort TypeName | Format-Table TypeName,Id,Status,Server Take also a look here: multiple results for each service instance


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based on your statement, it looks like the user profile sync is not happening properly. follow the below troubleshooting steps: Try doing a sync manually meaning re-importing. that should clear the problems. Inspect the log entries Make sure timer services and user profile sync services are running properly. Also, additionally make sure the account used ...


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I believe this is the query you're looking for: (&(title=*)(objectClass=user))


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Stop and Start the User Profile Synchronization Service from Services on the server page! Make sure after start service, it should not stuck on starting


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You can get a report of the timer job which drives this is called "User Profile Service - User Profile to SharePoint Full Synchronization." If you go to Central Admin, select Monitoring -> Review Job Definitions, then Job History from the left nav. Change your view to Job Definition, then select the above job from the Job Definition menu. This will show ...


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To isolate the problem during setting up of User Profiles sync, it is very common that you may not get to the actual error straightaway. The right way to get the actual error message is to use the Synchronization service manager (MIIS Client). Path to MIIS Client can be found here: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Servers\14.0\Synchronization Service\...


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This sounds like 'Replicating Directory Changes' permissions was not appropriately applied to your sync account. I aggree with Seb, you should use the Harbar guide.


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The screenshot shows the People Picker and I take it you'd like to prevent certain Active Directory (AD, LDAP) Users from being shown. As you've tagged the question with Profile-Sync and talk about 'Search' you may be more concerned with multiple profiles in the User Profile Service (UPS). People Picker If it's the People Picker you're interested in then ...


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No, you should be using the single sync connection for the entire forest. If you have a secondary forest (or more) create a sync connection per forest.


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We were finally able to come through the problem. When going in the Central Administration page, than Application Management->Manage service applications->User Profile Service Application and click on Configure Synchronization Connections in Synchronization section, we found out that the connection was missing. Searching for this, we found an article ...


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Couple of things to check restart sharepoint timer service on the server where UPA sync provisioned check from central admin, timer job status if upa sync job still running stop and start upa sync may be you have to clear config cache on the upa sync server


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I've validated that this is resolved in the SharePoint Dec 2011 CU. Also, uploading pictures for other users via Central Admin has been fixed, which was purposefully broken in the June CU. You can find the links to the Dec CU updates here.


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Microsoft has confirmed this bug in the Oct 2011 cumulative update. According to this MSDN blog post the fix should be included in the Dec 2011 cumulative update and should be released around December 27th.


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The file size in AD is capped to something like 10k. It does not sync the large files.


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You can also accomplish this by going to http://yourservername/my/user%photos/ This takes you to a picture library that houses all uploaded photos. It will contain three images per person (three different sizes). Once you get to this location you can open the folder in explorer view, select properties and see what the size is as well as how many files are ...


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You could create user profiles programmatically using UserProfileManager.CreateUserProfile method. You can leverage this method either by using Console Application, or by creating a PowerShell script. I'd prefer the latter approach. PowerShell code for creating one profile would look something like this: $serviceContext = Get-SPServiceContext http://...


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You can only have a one way sync of user profile properties between AD en SharePoint. You cannot import and export attributes at the same time unfortunately. More info at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg188041.aspx and http://www.harbar.net/articles/sp2010ups.aspx (search for the keyword "direction" in both articles)


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A common problem is people removing the farm account from local administrators on the servers, due to security. This is a good practise, but if you perform backups using the SharePoint methods (powershell/central admin) it'll unprovision UPS before backup to get a stable snapshot of the farm and then try to provision it again after the backup, but fail due ...


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As stated by my comment, you may need to recreate the service application...


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Salman, If I recall correctly, you cannot use SPUser to directly access extended properties. However, the User Information List (UIL) is just a regular list, almost like any other, so the user data of an SPUser is also exposed as a regular SPListItem object. If you add columns to the UIL you can access the extended properties through the associated ...


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You must ensure all the points taken care of before you start the User Profile Sync Service as mentioned here - Rational Guide to implement user profile synchronization service and Stuck on Starting UPSC problems. With time, these articles has somewhat become a defacto reference for User Profile related issues and almost majority of the issues have root ...


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