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If I use :

MembershipProvider membership = Membership.Providers["AspNetSqlMembershipProvider"];
MembershipUserCollection msc = membership.GetAllUsers(0, 200000, out totalnumber);

I got all userS from asnpnet db. That is ok.

If I use:

MembershipProvider membership = Membership.Providers["i"];
MembershipUserCollection msc = membership.GetAllUsers(0, 200000, out totalnumber);

Again, I get only users from aspnet db.

Claims provider is my default provider.

Question: Why can't I get other users ( from AD) when I call GetAllUsers on claims ("i") provider?

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I think you'll need to override a method from your claimsprovider that gets all the users from AD AND from the SQL database

Maybe you could use an active directory membershipprovider?
http://blog.bergdaniel.se/post/Using-the-active-directory-membership-provider-with-EPiServer.aspx

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There is no need for overriding. It was just necessary to add ldap provider to web config and in code write MembershipProvider membership = Membership.Providers["LdapMembershipProvider"]; Even "FindUsersByEmail" work correctly! – trip Jun 21 '11 at 12:42
    
Ok, glad you found it :) – Ruben Herman Jun 21 '11 at 13:45

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