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I got the solution with the help of this link here is the complete method function getInformation(userEmailId) { var url = _spPageContextInfo.siteAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetPropertiesFor(accountName=@v)?@v='i:0%23.f|membership|" + userEmailId + "'"; $.ajax({ url: url, method: "GET", async: false, ...


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Well, I figured it out. The email was sending but was always going to the Junk Mail folder. Maureen


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You can't change user password in sharepoint. If you are trying to change the password of an fba user you can use the ChangePassword method (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.security.membershipuser.changepassword.aspx) of the MembershipUser class. By other way if you want to change it in AD, you have to invoke the ChangePassword method ...


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This actually ended up being an issue of accepted domains on the Exchange server. I was having an issue because the email domain (another.domain.com), and the AD domain (my.domain.com) differs. The following PowerShell command will register the source (SharePoint 2013) domain on the Exchange Server: New-AcceptedDomain 'my.domain.com' -DomainName 'Whatever I ...


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If you want to allow the users to uplaod the pictures then OOTB control is best (my profile>edit photo). But you have to do some extra work with profile property so that once user upload the picture then it should save in the AD. So you need to configure the Export of Profile Picture to AD.Here are brief steps: The connection account must have Replicate ...


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This PowerShell script will export the list into a desired CSV file. Add-PsSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue -WarningAction SilentlyContinue | Out-Null $url = "<site url>" $listName = "<list name>" $path ="c:\Columns.csv" $web = Get-SPWeb $url $list = ...


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You can try to add the Send Mail activity inside the impersonation step for 2010 designer workflows which will give elevated privilege to run the workflow actions. Check this : https://support.office.com/en-in/article/Workflow-conditions-in-SharePoint-Designer-2010-A-quick-reference-guide-d8e33ac7-9336-487f-a60b-388c4ea497ff


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It depends on various organizational policies. For example for one of my customer SharePoint was the source. We trained users on how to modify there profile photos. This will get exported to Active Directory. This approach is flexible and it eases user experience. Now Active Directory Admin don't need to worry about Photos as each user is responsible for ...


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You will have to set up an high trust app that uses S2S protocol, because your provider hosted app needs to be accessed only by users who has access to SharePoint, also the app will need permission to access the SharePoint resources. Follow this blog to set up an high trust provider hosted app.


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One thing, new kind of direction MSFT recomending is. We do not recommend SharePoint groups to assign permissions to sites. When a SharePoint group is used to assign permissions, a full crawl of the index occurs. Instead, we recommend Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) groups I think the best way to use the AD groups, it is easy to control ...



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