Exchange 2013 AD photo display issue

We have an Exchange 2013 DAG and we recently started not allowing users to change their own photos.  All user photos have been uploaded into AD using the thumbnailPhoto attribute.  The trouble is, previous to this, some people deleted their photos and some changed them to something other than their face.

Right now we're in a situation where the right photo is stored in AD but users who've changed or deleted their photos in the past aren't showing.  All other users' photos are showing fine.  I'm looking for a way to have Exchange show the latest photos from AD for the users who've modified them in the past.
TechnicalSquidAsked:
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
photos you updated in AD will not get updated in exchange

you need to update photos in exchange and then it will get updated in AD

use Set-UserPhoto cmdlet and it should do the job.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj218694(v=exchg.160).aspx
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TechnicalSquidAuthor Commented:
What about SharePoint, will it pick up the changes I make with Set-UserPhoto?
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CodeTwo SoftwareSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Yes, the changes should be distributed to SharePoint, just as well.
Just to mention, if you want to easily preview/upload/download user photos, you can use CodeTwo Active Directory Photos.
This freeware lets you manage user photos much more easily than with PowerShell.
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