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How to assign the Subscriptions to the Partitioned User Profile Service Application Proxy in SharePoint 2010

Posted by Vijai Anand Articles | SharePoint February 04, 2011
How to assign the subscriptions to the partitioned user profile service application proxy in SharePoint 2010.
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In this article we will be seeing how to assign the subscriptions to the partitioned user profile service application proxy in SharePoint 2010.

I have a partitioned User Profile service application and proxy. And I have one web application in which I have 2 subscriptions. In this I am going to assign the subscriptions to the partitioned user profile service application proxy.

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Get the User Profile Service Application Proxy

$getUserProfileServiceApplicationProxy= Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy | ? {$_.DisplayName.Contains("Partitioned User Profile Service Application Proxy ")}

Get the SPSiteSubscription

Get-SPSiteSubscription => You will be getting all the subscriptions as shown in the following.

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I am going to assign a single subscription to the user profile service application proxy so I am going to get that subscription id.

$subscription=Get-SPSiteSubscription -Identity "5ccd890c-6fad-411e-bbd0-e3699a612057"

To Check:

$subscription

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Adding the subscription to the user profile service application proxy

Add-SPSiteSubscriptionProfileConfig -Identity $subscription -ProfileServiceApplicationProxy $getUserProfileServiceApplicationProxy

Same way I have added another subscription to the user profile service application proxy.

Go to Central Administration => Application Management => Manage service applications => Partitioned User Profile Service Application.

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Click on the "Partitioned User Profile Service Application" to see the Manage User Profiles page, you could see Number of tenants equal to 2.

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