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Importing Photos to Sharepoint From AD using Microsoft Identity Manager

Posted on 2016-08-09
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Trying to sync our AD ThumbnailPhotos to Sharepoint using MIM but getting a 'Completed-export-errors' when using the Share Point Management Agent profile " export ".
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by:Walter Curtis
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In you FIM screenshot there are errors shown in the lower right hand pane. There is more information there that you can view that may be helpful. The PowerShell screenshot looks fine btw...

Good luck...
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Restarted FIM Service
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by:Mid-Western Regional Council
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Fixed Problem
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