SharePoint 2010: Howto disable My Site and My Profile link

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[Christos K]( “[email protected]”) -

In step 4, it should be “create personal sites”


[cakriwut]( “[email protected]”) -

We are not creating personal sites. Every users will create their own personal site.


shady khorshed -

I like your article and i refered to it in my blog http://shadiesm.blogspot.com/2011/01/sharepoint-2010-howto-disable-my-site.html


[Will]( “[email protected]”) -

These instructions will also disable mysites pages. I would like to know how to just remove the links from the menu while the pages are still active.


[Will]( “[email protected]”) -

I figured out how to do it. You just uncheck use social features. However, the My Sites and My Profiles link will still show in the Welcome Menu on the Search page.


[Pen Moor]( “[email protected]”) -

In IE8, simply zooming the window to 125% will have the same effect, so watch out!


[murat]( “[email protected]”) -

Any idea how to host MySite on root site (same web app. with root Collobration site) exm: http://portal/sites/mysite –> what happens if I let users to create their “my content” I mean I set MySite Host –> http://portal/sites/mysite and Personal Site Location –> personal. But I get an error with title of “The security validation for this page is invalid. Click Back in your Web browser, refresh the page, and try your operation again.“  Any advice? Thanks.


[cakriwut]( “[email protected]”) -

Hello, Basically the mysite root, (in your case http://portal/sites/mysite ) must be prepared using MySite template. There is nothing special for your configuration, you can follow Technet article here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee656740.aspx Thanks, Riwut


[murat]( “[email protected]”) -

I ment to say that My root site: http://portal MySite Host URL: http://portal/sites/mysite I am hosting My site at same web application with root Portal, and created another site colelction with url http://portal/sites/mysite at same web application with Root site. But I am not able to create MyContent sites. When I try to open MyContent MySite asks me language sellection, after selecting language an error page appears says: “The security validation for this page is invalid. Click Back in your Web browser, refresh the page, and try your operation again.” Thanks.


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[…] how disable/hide the “My Site” and “My Profile” items. You could follow the following link: http://blog.libinuko.com/2010/10/10/sharepoint-2010-howto-disable-my-site-and-my-profile-link/, you can even control the My Site menu is only available for Windows Users, not for the Form Users. […]


[AKM]( “[email protected]”) -

I followed these steps, still i am seeing the my site and my profile links. Do I have to check any thing else? Thanks


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