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If I go to the Term Store Management Tool there is a tsid in the query string, but this value does not seem to change. Is there an easy way to get TermStoreIds and TermSetIds?

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One word: PowerShell

Check google or start here http://get-spscripts.com/2010/06/create-new-term-with-synonym-in.html

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Another way (at least in SharePoint 2013) is in the Term Store Management Tool there is a Unique Identifier section with the TermStoreId or the TermSetId depending on what is selected.

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