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Default user profile property mappings (SharePoint Server 2010)

Published: April 28, 2011

Some user profile properties are mapped automatically to their corresponding directory service attributes after you run a profile synchronization. This topic describes the user profile properties that are mapped by default.

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Default user profile property mappings for Active Directory Domain Services

The following table describes the user profile properties that are automatically mapped when you import user profiles from Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).

User profile property AD DS attribute

SPS-DistinguishedName

dn

SID

objectSid

Manager

manager

PreferredName

displayName

FirstName

givenName

LastName

sn

SPS-PhoneticDisplayName

msDS-PhoneticDisplayName

SPS-PhoneticFirstName

msDS-PhoneticFirstName

SPS-PhoneticLastName

msDS-PhoneticLastName

WorkPhone

telephoneNumber

WorkEmail

mail

Office

physicalDeliveryOfficeName

SPS-JobTitle

title

Department

department

UserName

sAMAccountName

PublicSiteRedirect

wWWHomePage

SPS-ProxyAddresses

proxyAddresses

SPS-SourceObjectDN

msDS-SourceObjectDN

SPS-ClaimID

<specific to connection>

SPS-ClaimProviderID

<specific to connection>

SPS-ClaimProviderType

<specific to connection>

Default user profile property mappings for Novell eDirectory, Sun Java System Directory Server, or IBM Tivoli Directory Server

The following table describes the user profile properties that are mapped automatically when you import user profiles from Novell eDirectory, Sun Java System Directory Server, or IBM Tivoli Directory Server.

User profile property Directory service attribute

SPS-DistinguishedName

dn

FirstName

givenName

LastName

sn

WorkPhone

telephoneNumber

WorkEmail

mail

Office

physicalDeliveryOfficeName

SPS-JobTitle

title

UserName

<specific to connection>

SPS-ClaimID

<specific to connection>

SPS-ClaimProviderID

<specific to connection>

SPS-ClaimProviderType

<specific to connection>

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