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You can query AD membership using this workaround: var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext(); var groupId = 5; // the group membership ID for the group you want to check var group = clientContext.get_web().get_siteGroups().getById(groupId); clientContext.load(group,"CanCurrentUserViewMembership"); clientContext.load(group,"OnlyAllowMembersViewMembership"); ...


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Whenever you make a change to connection, you have to run the full crawl followed by a couple of incremental crawls. Full crawl is many time is not enough and you have to run the incremental sync after that.


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in SharePoint 2013 use "Active Directory Import" instead of "SharePoint Profile Synchronization" in Configure synchronization Settings Extremely fast performance Very reliable No FIM and extra sync service is required http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/183097/16880


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Here is what I did. I had the AD folks populate the EmployeeID field in AD with the Employee's ID from our SAP. I then added a filter to synchronize only active employees. UserProfile Synchronization Connection Filters User is Not Disabled User has an E-Mail Address User has an Employee ID (&(objectClass=User)(!userAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1....



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