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Connecting to the User Profile Service Proxy

Set up the Application Discovery and Load Balancer Service Application Before any farm can provide services to another farm, the consuming farm must be able to use the Application Discovery and Load Balancer Service

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Notes on Provisioning the User Profile Synchronization Service

The User Profile Service has changed a lot in SharePoint 2010...I am not exactly sure what happened, but when I ran the user profile service it looked like it was working but didn’t actually bring any data in

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Using Profile Properties to redirect users

There are several ways to accomplish this but I think one of the most straight forward and easiest to implement for small or medium sized installations is to use User Profile properties and a little bit of JavaScript and some aspx. The gist of this solution is create and populate a user profile property, create a redirect page, and add some JavaScript to redirect page

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Replicating User Profile Data in SharePoint 2010

There are two ways to get user profile data on your farm from an existing farm in SharePoint 2010. The first is to consume the User Profile Service of the host farm, but this causes issues if you want to host a My Site host (that contain personal sites) on the consuming farm

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Restarting Audience Compilation

Restarting the User Profile Service won’t do it...Short of recreating the User Profile Service you are going to have to dive into your SQL Server and run an ORGLE stored procedure called orgle job stop

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The Need for the User Profile

How often do you update your online profile? Maybe the bigger question is: how many online profiles do you maintain? For me, my primary profiles are Facebook and LinkedIn...What is the value of the user profile?

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Hiding the Activities I am following section of edit User Profiles

There are situations where you may want to keep users from changing their Activities I am following settings on their edit profile page as shown below...This technique can be used to hide any section of the User Profiles on the edit profile page (i.e

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Users losing permissions? This might be the reason.

A user is deleted from AD and then a profile import occurs on the SharePoint side...The user is then added back to AD with the same login and then another profile import occurs

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