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User account rename in AD...still showing old account info Sharepoint

web4fun (MIS) (OP)
18 Jan 12 11:43
Environment:

MOSS 2010
MS AD 2003

Problem:

Encountering a strange issue whereby our help desk is renaming accounts in Active Directory and when I go to delete the old profile in Sharepoint in ALL PEOPLE for the site collection, I do NOT see the user's account.  I also cannot find the user's old profile in the SSP profile database.  I do see the new profile / renamed profile but not the old one. Search also doesn't find the old user account.

This is a problem because when the user logs into the portal, and clicks 'My Settings' under Welcome...  they still see their OLD account information!!!

I have even tried to add their old account back so that I could delete it but when I go to add the old account, I encounter an error that displays that the account either doesn't exist or already exists!!!

Can someone please advise on how to clean this up?
ehaze (TechnicalUser)
20 Jan 12 15:22
have you tried this:

stsadm.exe -o migrateuser -oldlogin yourDomain\XYZ -newlogin yourDomain\ABC
-ignoresidhistory
 

http://www.sharepointed.com/

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