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As you know, MSFT is not supporting this type of deployment, which they mentioned here If a deployment is not supported by Microsoft,then if you have any issue with environment and contact to Microsoft they will refuse to help you. You have to perform testing in your farm, becuase Micrsoft will not testing this scenario. i.e when you apply CU or SP. couple ...
You can't, this comes up often. jQuery/SPServices/SP REST do not have any means of diving into local AD to find membership.
I think it should be quick. i added a AD group into SharePoint group and its work like a charm. But if you directly adding a AD group into SharePoint site may be take little time, I would close the browser / logout from site and re login. only thing i know, is when you adding the groups it will cause the longer time for search crawl. you can read about ...
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After a related Stack Overflow answer mentioned the System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement namespace, I tried using it in my SharePoint site that includes Claims Authentication to determine if a username is a member of an Active Directory security group on the domain. It worked. public bool UserIsMemberOf(string userNameWithoutDomain, string ...
I found an article at blogs.microsoft.com that may help you Click here to see the article In order to instruct SharePoint to query those trusted domain or forests we need to configure access to them by using the Stsadm command-line tool and selecting an account to use when accessing each forest or domain. Those credentials must be from the forest/domain ...
Did you try with "domain" rather than forest? you can also try this, just to control. STSADM.exe -o getproperty -pn peoplepicker-searchadforests -url http://webapp1
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