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You can delete the user from the import source (AD, LDAP etc) and then recrawl. That will remove him (although thats more permenant). Depending on how good your XSLT is you can edit the results and you should be able to throw in an statement that looks at the username and show everyone but that user. You can also remove the user programatically and recrawl, ...


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It is very simple. Below steps well help you remove users from the search. GO to Central Administratopn >> User Profiles and Properties >> View User Profile Find out the username using search function and select delete. NOTE: This will not delete the user from search result immediately. It will take some time (may be untill it re-index the Database).


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The following applies to any property in the User Profile. If you navigate to the Manage User Properties page of the User Profile Service Application you will see the list of all properties. As you have discovered the Department, Office, and Office Location properties are all candidates for storing employee location information, so you need to check with ...


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If you need to get a reference to user object (either an existing one, or one that is just being created), use the ensureUser method (source from this thread): var context = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var theUser = context.get_web().ensureUser("DEV\testowner"); context.load(theUser); context.executeQueryAsync(function(){ alert(theUser.get_title()); ...



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