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Using JSOM you can find out whether the user is a domain user or not. But there is no JSOM method available to expand a domain group and find the users. If you want to stick with JavaScript then you should create a web service, that can give you the information. Deploy the web service under SharePoint context and use AJAX for getting the data.


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"People" will show only those users who have been assigned "Exchange Online" license. It is possible to add Users to your Office 365 without giving them any of the Office 365 subscription, except "Mobile Device Management for Office 365" which is mandatory. And any user you add through Office 365 also gets added into Azure AD.


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If you delete a user from site collection then user will not able to access the site collection. But that user will not be deleted by SharePoint, his profile will stay in User Profile Service. If you delete the user profile from SharePoint(UPA) then next import run will bring it back. If you remove the User from AD group then it will removed from ...


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Move-SPUser will translate all identities for a user across the entire farm, and would be the appropriate method to use. $user = Get-SPUser -Identity "i:0#.w|testdm\fname.lname" -Web http://siteCollectionUrl Move-SPUser -Identity $user -NewAlias "testdm\fname" -IgnoreSid I'm making the assumption you are using Windows Claims, hence the i:0#.w| format to ...


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If you have created your infrastructure based on one site collection per company, you can use the old tool stsadm to configure the sites so they only can search/find users that are members in the site or a specific OU. Configure People Picker in SharePoint 2013 If you plan do implement this, be careful to document the changes. Either you go with ...



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