[SharePoint 2016 Server]User sync service from AD not working

Thành Trương Tiến 5 Reputation points
2023-04-05T04:16:37.2866667+00:00

Hi everybody. I have the following problem: I installed SharePoint Server 2016 and proceeded to synchronously import users from AD into the SharePoint Server 2016 environment. I went to the center admin to create User Profile Application Service -> create a connection to AD -> Start Profile Synchronization select Start full sync -> Configure Synchronization Timer Job and click run now. Then I can't sync the account from AD to SP. I checked the Timer Status and found the status as Success. I don't know if anyone has encountered this problem and is there a way to sync users from AD to SP please help me. Thank you very much

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  1. Haoyan Xue_MSFT 20,906 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-04-05T06:31:36.39+00:00

    Hi @Thành Trương Tiến ,

    Here is complete step by step guide: Step by Step: Active Directory Import for SharePoint 2013

    You have to configure the User Profile Sync service which can pull the users from AD to SharePoint. As you need one way sync then Active Directory Import option of UPA will work for you. There are couple of requirements to configure the ADI.

    • You need a service account which should have Replicate Directory Changes permission in AD.
    • You have to create User profile Service
    • You have to configure the connections for all domain
    • Map the properties which you want to import in SharePoint
    • Run full sync.

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