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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"); ...
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.
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
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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