How to add/update an ASP.NET membership user profile?

I am developing an admin interface that allow an admin user to create a number of user accounts (using ASP.NET Membership) and specify profile information for each user, e.g. first name, last name, client name, etc. I have been experimenting with the SqlTableProfileProvider, since this creates separate fields in a database table.  

However, when I am creating the profile and assign values to the profile using, e.g. Profile.FirstName it is setting my profile information, i.e. the current logged in user.

How do I add/update profile information for a user account?  The user will also update sectios of their profile, but the admin needs to be able to update all user profiles.

Thanks.
markerasmusAsked:
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kris_perCommented:

You can use ProfileBase.Create method to get the Profile of other users.

For e.g:

MyCustomProfile myProfile = (MyCustomProfile)ProfileBase.Create("username");
myProfile.ZipCode = "98052";
myProfile.Save();


msdn sample and documentation here => http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms151825.aspx

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guru_samiCommented:
What said kris_pe is correct you will need to create profile manually but here is an example which does same using CUW:
http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2005/10/18/427754.aspx

It uses ProfileCommane class:

ProfileCommon p = (ProfileCommon) ProfileCommon.Create(username);
p.FirstName="FirstName";
p.Save();
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markerasmusAuthor Commented:
Because I am using SqlTableProfileProvider I ended up writing my own update queries to update the database table.
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