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Edit policies for user profile properties

Office 2007

Updated: July 12, 2007

Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-07-09

Before you perform this procedure, confirm that:

  • You have read the topic Manage personalization policies.

  • Your system is running either the Standard or Enterprise version of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

ImportantImportant:
Administrators must have access to the Shared Services Provider (SSP) administration site, and must have the Manage User Profiles permission enabled to complete this procedure.

Use this procedure to edit policies for user profile properties.

Configure policies for user profiles
  1. On the SSP home page, in the User Profiles and My Sites section, click User profile and properties.

  2. On the User Profiles and Properties page, in the User Profile Properties section, click View profile properties.

  3. On the View Profile Properties page, click the property that you want to configure, and then click Edit.

  4. On the Edit User Profile Property page, in the Policy Settings section, from the Policy Setting menu, click the policy setting for the property, as follows:

    • Select Required if the property must contain information. The visibility of the property is configured in the Default Privacy Settings menu, as discussed in step 5.

    • Select Optional if the property is not required. Each user decides whether or not to provide values for optional properties.

    • Select Disabled to prevent anyone but the SSP administrator from viewing the property or feature.

  5. From the Default Privacy Setting menu, select the people who can view information for the feature or property, as follows:

    • Click Only Me to limit visibility to the user.

    • Click My Manager to limit visibility to the user and the user's manager.

    • Click My Workgroup to limit visibility to the user and all users who report to the same manager.

    • Click My Colleagues to limit visibility to the user and all colleagues for that user.

    • Click Everyone to share the information with all users who have the Use personal features permission.

  6. To enable users to change the default privacy setting, select the User can override check box.

  7. To enable a property to be available in user information lists for SharePoint sites other than My Site, select the Replicable check box. This property and its values from the user profile will be replicated to other sites.

    NoteNote:
    Replication occurs during profile imports. The information list is replaced by the values for the property in the imported user profile. Changes made to properties in the user profile that are not replicated will not appear on other sites.
    If you clear a Replicable check box that was previously selected, any information that was replicated before the change will remain on other SharePoint sites until it is changed on each site. This can occur during deployment if you clear a check box for a property that is replicable by default after the property has been imported from directory services or the Business Data Catalog.
  8. In the Edit Settings section, click an option to allow or not allow users to edit values for properties in their user profiles, as follows:

    • Allow users to edit values for this property

    • Do not allow users to edit values for this property

  9. In the Display Settings section, select where the property is displayed on My Site, as follows:

    • To display the property in the profile properties section of the user's profile page, select Show in the profile properties section of the user's profile page.

    • To display the property on the Edit Details page available from the personal page of My Site, select Show on the Edit Details page.

    • To display changes to the property in the Colleagues section of My Site and all other instances of the Colleague Tracker Web Part, click Show changes in the Colleague Tracker web part.

  10. Click OK.

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