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He actually has an entire category dedicated to user profiles The first major step involved with having fully up-to-date user profile data across all site collections is to ensure that your user profile service application contains the most up-to-date information.In order for this to happen, your user profile service application must have the necessary synchronization connections.It's included with stsadm –o sync, it's just not documented very thoroughly (yes, that is a Share Point 2007 lync, stsadm is deprecated in Share Point Server 2010.There is no Power Shell equivalent to the sync operation, according to Stsadm to Windows Power Shell mapping (Share Point Server 2010)).Once synchronization connections have been properly configured, a profile import must occur.Assuming all is configured properly and is functioning properly, performing a full import will ensure that the information in your user profile service application is the latest and greatest.Tip: If you want to save the file in the path the used in Power Shell, usually C:\Users\Username, you only need to add the folders and file name, as seen in the screenshot above, where the CSV file was saved to C:\Users\Diane\Documents.
LOCAL\fbaggins --job-title="Goes there and back again" # record 1 dn: CN=S-1-5-21-4036476082-4153129556-3089177936-1005 cn: S-1-5-21-4036476082-4153129556-3089177936-1005 object Class: sid Map object Sid: S-1-5-21-4036476082-4153129556-3089177936-1005 type: ID_TYPE_BOTH xid Number: 3000011 distinguished Name: CN=S-1-5-21-4036476082-4153129556-3089177936-1005 attribute and save your editor then exit, then Samba will update the mapping to between the SID and the user ID. A user had recently had a life event, which resulted in their last name being changed.When logging into a particular site collection, their user information (welcome user name) continued to display their previous last name.First we'll discuss what happens during the various phases of user profile synchronization, at a high level, and how Share Point determines whether or not a user is active.I was recently working with a customer on one of their internal helpdesk issues.
The information is a little dated – but to the best of my knowledge it remains unchanged up to and including Share Point Server 2010.