I was troubleshooting a recent issue with the User Profile Service, where I would make a change to a user account in Active Directory (like a spelling correction). The Profile Sync would occur and I would verify that the correct spelling was in the profile. However, the change did not replicate to the site collection like it was supposed to. This normally happens via a SharePoint timer job named User Profile to SharePoint Full Synchronization. It’s described function is:
“Synchronizes user information from the user profile application to SharePoint users and synchronizes site memberships from SharePoint to the user profile application”
Well for whatever reason, it wasn’t doing that. To correct the issue, there can be a couple fixes:
This is what did it for me. To do this, perform the following:
Well, there are multiple ways to Delete Users from SharePoint Site Collection: 1. You can delete users using SharePoint Web Interface 2. Delete users from SharePoint site using PowerShell (Bulk Delete also possible) 3. Remove users from SharePoint programmatically using C# Find all possible ways at: http://www.sharepointdiary.com/2013/07/delete-users-from-site-collection-using-powershell.html#ixzz2aXghqIQb
Still useful, even for SharePoint 2013. Thanks a lot, helped much for cleaning a migrated site collection.
Brillant!You just saved my day.thank you very much.
HaHa! I've been wondering where 2010 kept this info. Many thanks!
Thank you! That group variable trick will definitely come in handy.
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