Create User Profile properties in SharePoint 2010

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User Profile properties in SharePoint 2010 are used to describe personal information about the user. Here you will see how to automate the custom user profile properties creation in SharePoint 2010. CreateUserProperties.ps1 makes easy to create "n" number of custom user profil...



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