17. On the parameter screen, simply click the “Next” button.
18. Ensure that the “Store a copy of the data in the form template” option is unchecked.
19. Click the “Next” button.
20. On the next screen, you can specify the name you wish to give this data connection. By default it will be called “GetUserProfileByName”, but you can change it if you’d like.
21. Click the “Finish” button.
22. The new data connection is now shown in the “Data Connections” dialog window.
23. Click the “Close” button.
Now by simply using this data connection in your form, you have access to the vast array of data made available to you via SharePoint’s User Profile Service Application.
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