Does not sync back to AD Three renditions of the EXO photo are automatically created in Share Point after upload to EXO.
It generally takes up to 72 hours to see changes to EXO photo here.
What you will need to do is change the path in the script to the path leading to the desired photo by file name. What you will need to do is change the path in the script to the path leading to the desired photo by file name. If there is an error or other event then will need to "debug" accordingly. It looks as if you tried to change the path and direct to another photograph.
However, you may be notified that admin rights are necessary to run the script.
As you might have noticed, you can’t add or change a contact’s picture via the website at all.
The main source of contact pictures on is coming from the profile picture which people have selected for their own Microsoft Account.
The Show pictures option is in the Multimedia group, about halfway down.
A Microsoft Outlook Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 1999, Diane is the author of several books, including Outlook 2013 Absolute Beginners Book.
NOTE: Updating user profile photo via Delve profile is actually updating EXO profile photo and not performing any actions directly in Share Point Online. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. Hi, Im currently in "outlook 2016 professional plus" when i click on "file" it shows "account information" underneath their is a option to change picture when i click "change" it bring s me to my outlook profile which already has a profile picture...i tried EVe RYTHING.. Also is "" alt="" class="img Lz frm Img " /So MS Office 2016 is: 1) not showing you the existing profile picture or 2) it is not letting you change the existing profile picture. Failing that, what URL path appears when you put your mouse cursor on the "Change" below the photo box? Once you have established the full path to the photograph with respect to your systems then you can edit the script accordingly. Here is an example link: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj218694(v=exchg.160)The provided examples will be helpful. Here is the script I would use: Set-User Photo "stevie" -Picture Data ([System. File]:: Read All Bytes("C:\Users\stevie\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Account Picturesa2217e981a758f.jpg")) Edited the original Method 2 script as follows: 1)Inserted "stevie" in for the username 2) Used C:\Users\stevie\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Account Pictures for the path name 3) Used 72a2217e981a758for the photo's file name. Filename does not match the photo's file name which I understood to be "72a2217e981a758f.jpg" And the cmdlet appears twice end to end at the command prompt.She also created video training CDs and online training classes for Microsoft Outlook.You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and Tech Net forums.After taking another look at the cmdlet parameters I noted another parameter: -Preview Thus: Set-User Photo "stevie" -Picture Data ([System. File]:: Read All Bytes("C:\Users\stevie\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Account Picturesa2217e981a758f.jpg")) -Preview -Preview uploads the photo to your user account but does not save it.