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The Item_Person_CompactHorizontal display template is triggered by a query rule on the Local SharePoint result source called "People Name in SharePoint Search". Look up the query rules in the site collection site settings. Filter by Local SharePoint and you will find one called "People Name in SharePoint Search". When you view the settings, you will see ...
That's easy, SPS4 is one better! (Sorry, couldn't resist, like turning it up to 11). In reality, you can just use SPS3 (and SPS3S for SSL) for your crawl address. It will work just fine as long as your Search Crawl account has the correct permission on the User Profile Service App. (Specifically "Retrieve People Data for Search Crawlers")
Well I feel stupid now... after doing a comparison of both the People Search Web Part and Normal Search Web Part, the deciding factor was the code EnablePhonetic = true; Gets or sets a Boolean value that specifies whether the phonetic forms of the query terms are used to find matches. ...
Nickname matching (and phonetic name matching) are passed with the query from the web part or REST request. You can't configure it in the Query Rule. Thinking about it though...you could create a page that does the necessary query and return it as a Promoted Result, but it won't work quite like a result block.
Just a thought, but rather than follow this course of action and gut security with a full trust web part. Why not create anonymous content "summaries" that users have access to and just return those results? You can customize the result so that it links to the original secure content. I have don't this for several clients and it works very well with zero ...
I see that you are using ClientContext which is ment to be used when developing Apps for SharePoint, as Apps can't use the SharePoint API. Since it's a full-trust solution you are developing, use the SharePoint API. In your PageLoad method, use SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges() to elevate the permissions of the current user, anonymous or not, and ...
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