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SharePoint 2010 and active directory

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Hi Experts
i am facing some issues with my sharepoint 2010, when any use id changed for specific user in active directory it will not reflected in SharePoint, example a user have this userid mffitr1 which is working perfectly in sharepoint, latetly was updated to mffitr3, now when a user browse the sharepoint he can see his old login id mffitr1, we tried to syncronize the active directory but still facing the same issue. is there any solution for that?

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Question by:AZZA-KHAMEES
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by:Jamie McAllister MVP
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I'm thinking you may need to force a refresh of user information list.

There's something about that here, and other resources I can mention if not helpful;

http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/2011/12/updating-sharepoint-2010-user-information/
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by:Walter Curtis
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Look in to the cmdlet SPUser Relink. That should help you.
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by:Mohit Nair
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There is a group called ALL People which is hidden in SP2010
Please follow this way to reach there:
Go to your site http://sitename/_layouts/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0
Find your user and delete the user from this group and then readd the user on the site manually with same permissions as you cannot add the user in All people group. Eg: UserA is a part of Contributor and Reader. Then add the user in both the group after deleting from All People.
Your issue will get fixed .
Note : Check the user permissions before deleting from All people group
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thank you all for the reply, i found this command that will fix my issue,

STSADM –o migrateuser –oldlogin MOFNE\mffihma –newlogin MOFNE\mfvthma –ignoresidhistory

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but when i try to run it i am getting another error
Command Line Error
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by:Jamie McAllister MVP
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try re-typing the command in full rather than copy and paste.

STSADM can be sensitive to character set when pasted from a website.
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thank you
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