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One of the requirements of our SharePoint installation is that in each user's My Site-Profile, we need to show what pages he is a member of - separated by site categories (projects, etc.)

In other words, I'd like to have a feature similar to the Memberships page but only for certain sites (projects and another kind of site) and somewhat separated.

Where should I begin ?


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for getting list of sites user has access to , I would check this project out and then get the code I want as in this project they are showing all the sites user has access to.

SharePoint Sushi

Its more like reverse engineering but if you a bit of C# you can do it

Source Code

unless you want Powershell script you can check this Check Sites User got permission of out

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