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I think I got something like this working -- a library, with a simple text field (it's pulled in as a secondary column with a lookup field, but I think it still behaves like a text field), with user names (eg, John Smith) list view web part on a page for that library a "current user" filter, set to send filter values to the list view web part, on the text ...
Yes, this is correct. In our intranet we use disabling user to prevent unauthorized access. So the way this user references remain intact and guarantee the security of sensitive information. Hope this helps you.
Yes, if a User is disabled at AD directory level and you have proper filters set in the User Profile then yes. If user is disabled then user will not able to log in even though user have the correct permission. SharePoint performs authorization, not authentication. SharePoint asks IIS (and then Active Directory) to perform the authentication instead. ...
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