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An easy way to restore the form is to run the following via Power Shell which makes the fields visible and editable. I will also do a future post on what happens when a user profile is deleted from MOSS 2007.If you want to quickly check Share Point user profile properties, You can get it from user information list or by simply clicking on user name hyperlinks from metadata fields such as: Created by.Usually, user profile page points to: When clicked on user name hyperlink, will get redirected to My Site profile page (E.g. accountname) if the user has a my site profile created.The information in the user information list is stored in the User Info table in the content database of the site.) When a user hits this site collection, they will automatically get a profile entry in this list. But you have profile properties in two places now, the site collection(s) and the User Profile Service Application; how are you supposed to keep them in sync?As it turns out, Share Point thought of that and gives us two timer jobs to do exactly that. I recently did a migration where we moved 2007 databases to a 2010 farm.
provides a command (sync) to view these tables: –o sync –listolddatabases 0 This will display all the databases and when they have been sync’d last.In most environments Active Directory will be used as the source for creating user profiles.In the MOSS 2007 Shared Service Provider an LDAP import query can be configured that will create user profiles for accounts that are returned from Active Directory by the LDAP query.This restores the link to you are presented with an empty form – major bummer!As it turns out, when you provision a UPA it will set the fields in hidden site user info list to read only and hidden.