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Why My Membership links not updated when moving a Site?

Posted on 2011-02-23
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I moved a Site within the "Manage Content and Structure" interface but the link to the site did not update within the My Membership page (within My Site).

1) Why didn't it update?

2) And how can I manually update the link?
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Question by:sandshakimi
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I would suggest remove your profile from SSP(if MOSS 2007) or Profile services and once removed please run full syncthonization again, it would resolve issue.

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by:sandshakimi
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I will try both approaches next week. Didn't want to leave this hanging.

thanks
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