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Friends, that's interesting! If you add groups Active Directory in Sharepoint via Powershell format Claim the script work correctly, but why? $web = get-spweb "http://projects.rvsco.ru/M143" #$Groupfull="RVSCO\gf_sp_m143_participant" $Groupfull=" c:0+.w|s-1-5-21-3547894948-444176536-1024843340-6189" $account = $web.EnsureUser($Groupfull) $assignment = ...


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In the end the problem was with the netbios name... Seems like sharepoint doesn't like a different FQDN/Netbios name. Example: domain.com --> domaincom\user Refer to this site to solve the synchronization problem: ...


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It's not supported to install Moss 2007 on Windows Server 2012, but you might be able to link them as stated on MSDN forum in this post e.g. domain controller on another server if that helps. SharePoint Server 2007 is not supported Windows Server 2012


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look alike know issue with one of the security update. You need to either uninstall the following hotfix(Security Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2756920) from server. other is apply this hotfix.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2637518 Source: Secure Token Service (STS) Missing Method – KB2752920 if above failed try this one: Unable to Activate Security ...


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There are two different things in your situation: The UPS which is responsible for keeping user attributes up-to-date with Active Directory The User Information list for a specific site collection. This list contain only the information about site users. So either they have logged on or have been explicitly added to a group or granted some sort of specific ...


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As you have found, configuring FBA is not trivial. MANY posts I have found just plain don't work. The best I have found is Mirjam's. She has two, I have used the one for SQL FBA and it works every time. Here is the link to her post on AD FBA: http://sharepointchick.com/archive/0001/01/01/configuring-claims-and-forms-based-authentication-for-use-with-an.aspx ...


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Can you describe WHY you want info in the User Info List? Generally you sync with the User Profile Service and leave the User Info List alone. I think you don't understand the architecture. There are many great guides on the topic, the best by far is Spence Harbar's: http://www.harbar.net/articles/sp2010ups.aspx It says 2010 but applies to 2013 as well. ...


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It depend upon your requirement. If you don't want write back to Active Directory just import from AD then SharePoint AD Import if your Option. you will get these Key benifits with ti. no requirement to deploy the UPS service instance, no “stuck on starting” it runs in the UP service instance it’s wicked fast in comparison to the FIM approach you can ...


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To expand on my comment, check out these links How to: Expose a SharePoint Application to the Extranet and Use Forms-Based Authentication AAMs *Explained : Redux (and Presentation) The first article is a brief rundown of how to do precisely what you want to do: extend an SP web application into 2 IIS web applications, each with different authentication ...


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User entry is only added in the User Information List when the user logs into the site. What you can do is to read the user from the AD and then call SPWeb.EnsureUser. This will add an entry in the User Info List for the user even though user has not actually logged into the site.


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When you use FBA on a claims based SharePoint site, you get a page when you enter the site url with a dropdown. There you can select internal (intranet) or external (fba).


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I think i've found the explanation and proof that both can work properly together : When authenticating to the site collection, if you enabled both Windows Authentication and Forms Based Authentication, you’ll be prompted for which method you’d like to use to authenticate. I’m going to choose to authenticate with Forms Authentication. Source ...


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Yes you can read the users from active directory and add their details in a list. Following code reads the users from AD: public List<Users> GetADUsers() { try { List<Users> lstADUsers = new List<Users>(); string DomainPath = "LDAP://DC=xxxx,DC=com" DirectoryEntry searchRoot = new DirectoryEntry(DomainPath); ...



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