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This is probably a long shot but I'll post it anyway. I had a similar issue but it happened to everyone who logged on. When I would open SP it would show my name. Then, John Doe would open SP and it would show my name instead of his. When I would refresh my browser it would show John Doe's name. It was the craziest thing. It turns out that our load balancer ...


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It is most likely their ID that points to the User Information List where all site users are stored. Each user has an underlying numerical ID per site collection as each site collection stores its own copy of user data in the User Information List. It can be found at http://yoursp/managedpath/sitecollection/_catalogs/users/detail.aspx


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You cannot change the mappings to AD or create new mappings in SharePoint Online. SharePoint Online follows the same default set of mapped AD attributes that on-prem SharePoint uses: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Hh147510.aspx Azure AD Connect tool has improved a lot and now lets you sync custom AD attributes with Azure AD (it used to only ...


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You can have as many as you like. That said, where the conflict would come in is if you are exporting UPA attributes to AD DS. As long as you're not doing this, feel free to configure multiple UPSS Sync Connections on multiple farms within the same forest.


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To get username or login name using SSOM is very simple string strUserName = SPContext.Current.Web.CurrentUser.LoginName; To get username from CSOM function getCurrentUser() { var context = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = context.get_web(); var currentUser = web.get_currentUser(); context.load(currentUser); ...


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Yes, you can accomplish those items without needing the server object model. You have a few options that are client-side: Use CSOM in a console application (does not involve PowerShell). This link has some examples of how to use CSOM, and links to sample code. Use CSOM from PowerShell. This blog is a great starter. If you would like help on a ...


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The source data connection drop-down includes your Active Directory import source, i.e. you need to have already configured a user import from Active Directory. This is done from Manage Profile Service -> Configure Synchronization Connections.


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Try our Plumsail Org Chart. It has friendly navigation, quite flexible configuration, printing and it is HTML based. You can customize almost everything. I'm part of the team who developed this product.


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I have created a custom Organizational chart for my client, which read user information directly from active directory. I am using google orgchart api in my custom code. If you wish to create i can help you otherwise if you can afford little sum of amount you can try PlumSail Org Chart that is also good to use.



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