12 thoughts on “Organization browser in SharePoint 2010

    • Start required SharePoint services
      1. In the Quick Launch, click System Settings.
      2. In the Servers section, click Manage services on server.
      The Services on Server page opens.
      3. In the User Profile Service row, click Start.
      4. In the User Profile Synchronization Service row, click Start.
      The User Profile Synchronization Service page opens.
      5. In the Select the User Profile Application list, select User Profile Service
      Application.
      6. In the Password and Confirm Password boxes,
      7. Click OK.
      8. Observe the Status of the User Profile Synchronization Service.
      A timer job is created that will configure user profile settings in the farm.
      When it has completed, the status of the service will change from Starting to
      Started.
      9. In the Quick Launch, click Monitoring.
      10. In the Timer Jobs section, click Check job status.
      11. In the Timer Links section of the Quick Launch, click Running Jobs.
      12. Monitor the page.
      13. Press F5 to refresh the page.
      14. Repeat this step until the ProfileSynchronizationSetupJob appears.
      15. Monitor the page. Press F5 to refresh the page. Repeat this step until the
      ProfileSynchronizationSetupJob disappears.
      16. In the Timer Links section of the Quick Launch, click Job History.
      17. Confirm that the Status of ProfileSynchronizationSetupJob is Succeeded.
      18. In the Quick Launch, click System Settings.
      19. In the Servers section, click Manage services on server.
      The Services on Server page opens.
      20. Confirm that the Status of the user profile synchronization service is
      Started.
      21. Close SharePoint 2010 Central Administration.
      Verify successful service startup
      1. Click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click Services.
      2. Confirm that the following services are started:
      • Microsoft Forefront™ Identity Manager Service
      • Forefront Identity Manager Synchronization Service
      If a service is not started, then press F5 to refresh the view. Repeat this step
      until the services have started.
      Note: This can take several minutes.
      3. Close the Services console.
      4. Open the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Servers\14.0
      \Synchronization Service\MaData.
      5. Confirm that the ILMMA folder exists. Confirm that a folder named
      MOSS-GUID exists with today’s date.
      If the folders do not exist, wait until the timer job has completed fully, at
      which point the folders will appear.
      6. Close the Windows® Explorer window that is showing the MaData folder.
      Reset IIS
      1. Click Start, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as
      administrator.
      The Windows Security dialog box appears.
      2. Click Yes.
      3. Type IISRESET, and then press ENTER.
      4. After the command has completed, close Administrator: Command Prompt.
      Validate the service application
      1. Open Microsoft SharePoint® 2010 Central Administration.
      2. In the Quick Launch, click Application Management.
      3. In the Service Applications section, click Manage service applications.
      The Manage Service Applications page opens.
      4. Click User Profile Service Application.
      The management page for the service application opens.
      If an error is displayed, it is probably because the Web services have not
      completed startup following the IISRESET operation. Press F5 to refresh the
      page until the error disappears.
      5. Confirm that there are numbers on the right side of the page, which indicates
      that the service application is running.
      6. Close SharePoint 2010 Central Administration.
      Create a user profile connection to Active Directory
      1. Open the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration.
      2. In the Quick Launch, click Application Management.
      3. In the Service Applications section, click Manage Service Applications.
      The Manage Service Applications page opens.
      4. Click User Profile Service Application.
      The Manage Profile Service page opens.
      5. In the Synchronization section, click Configure Synchronization
      Connections.
      The Synchronization Connections page opens.
      6. Click Create New Connection.
      The Add new synchronization connection page opens.
      7. In the Connection Name box, type Domain Active Directory.
      8. In the Forest name box, type Domain.com.
      9. In the Account name box, type Domain\service_account
      10. In the Password and Confirm password boxes11. Click Populate Containers.
      12. In the Containers section, expand Domain, and then select the _users
      13. Click OK.
      A new synchronization connection is created.
      Import user profiles from Active Directory
      1. In the Quick Launch, click Application Management.
      2. In the Service Applications section, click Manage service applications.
      3. Click User Profile Service Application.
      4. In the Synchronization section, click Start Profile Synchronization.
      5. Click Start Full Synchronization.
      6. Click OK.
      7. Wait one minute.
      The synchronization does not start immediately.
      8. Press F5 to refresh the page.
      9. Observe the Profile Synchronization Status in the Profile Synchronization
      Settings section.
      9. Return to step 8 until the Profile Synchronization Status displays Idle.

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  1. Is it possible to have a user be part of two organizations? We have a user who left from one department to go into another but she will need to manage the team calendar for both. I’m not sure if this is possible?

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  2. Hi
    I got org structure displayed under mysite.domain.com but when i am adding organization browser webpart, its not displaying any thing.

    any advise please

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