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Okay, this might seem like kind of a corny post, but I have run in to a couple of people inquiring about how to enable MySites after they have disabled them by using my previous post.

Pretty much it is the reverse of the article, but for good measure I will just go through the steps here too.

  1. Go to the Shared Service Provider that is hosting the MySites
  2. Go to Personalization Services Permissions
  3. Add or Edit the user account you want to enable the MySites functionality for.
    1. If you want to give all authenticated users permissions then edit the NT Authority\Authenticated Users account
    2. If you previously deleted the Authenticated Users Account then you might have to add it back in if the first part of step 3a remains true.
  4. When you get to the permissions screen check these 2 permissions
    1. Create Personal Site
    2. Use Personal Features

Now please be aware that this shouldn't be taken lightly. You definitely need to be sure that you have planned for capacity.

Hope this helps.

Michael

Posted on Wednesday, July 18, 2007 10:45 PM SharePoint | Back to top


Comments on this post: Enabling MySites in MOSS 2007

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Hi Micheal,
Nice post, but how do ensure all users on domain network can access thier MY -site

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How do i enable users synchronise thier local documents to my site on sharepoint server
Left by Martin SSekajja on May 01, 2010 7:06 AM

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This is short and very helpful. Thnx very much.
Left by Jamy on May 12, 2010 6:57 AM

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