First off, when using Active Directory Import in SharePoint 2013, 2016, and 2019, it’s completely normal to see very few (like 2) mapped properties in the User Profile Service Application (UPA) | Manage User Properties. That’s because with AD Import, those property mappings are hard-coded and not shown on that page. See my other post
Some Background: Since pretty much the beginning of SharePoint, user profile synchronization has been a two-step process: 1. Import user data from Active Directory to the User Profile Service Application (UPA). 2. Push that user data from the UPA down to each site collection. Step 2 is our focus here, and is automatically done by
I’ve put off writing this post for a long time, hoping that the User Profile Synchronization service (aka: FIM Sync) would go away. And it is going away with the eventual retirement of SharePoint 2010 and 2013, but that’s not happening soon enough, and meanwhile we’re still seeing a lot of support cases on it.
Consider the following scenario: You configure Active Directory Import (ADI) within SharePoint 2013, 2016, or 2019. You make some custom user profile property mappings. You run a Full import. You notice that users have odd values with their SIP Address user profile property. For example: Or maybe it has an “SMTP:” prefix like
The most common reasons for some users not getting user profiles imported when using SharePoint Active Directory Import (AD Import; ADI) have been the same for a long time now. They are (in order): Container / OU selection (you didn’t select the containers that the missing users live in) LDAP Filter (your filter excludes those
We’ve seen a few of different problems occur in SharePoint (2013, 2016, 2019) when users are being migrated from one domain to another. They usually come up in one of the following areas: People Picker People Picker may show either or both accounts depending on which domain SharePoint is in, and how PP is configured
Consider the following scenario: You set up Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) 2016. You install the SharePoint Connector software and create a SharePoint Management Agent (MA). On the “Connectivity” page of the SharePoint MA, you attempt to create a connection to a SharePoint 2016 or 2019 farm using an HTTPS (SSL / TLS) address. The connection