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You'll have to use an account which has the rights to access those terms. I would go for RunWithElevatedPrivileges - however, you'll first need to make sure no "remnants" from the current account are avaiable before accessing the ServiceApplication (TaxonomySession). So I'd use: var site = ....; var navTerm = TaxonomyNavigationContext.Current....


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Take note that if you only use the html5 localStorage API, this cache is built for every individual user separately. Ideally you build a webservice that does the caching for all users together and from within your page, you pull the information from this webservice. Then you can copy the retrieved data into localStorage.


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Edit the page layout that page is using with SharePoint Designer and remove the Taxonomy field.


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I finally managed to do this with the following procedure : Step 1 Set up the Data Connection: Data -> Data Connections -> Add -> Receive Data -> SOAP Web Service -> http://sitename/_vti_bin/userprofileservice.asmx -> GetUserProfileByName Check Automatically Retrieve Data When the Form is Opened Step 2 Create a Hidden Field Set ...



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