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comment Getting TermSet and Terms from Microsoft.Sharepoint.Client.Field
Thanks for the answer, it did point me in the right direction! Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Field does not have any "SspId" property BUT I finally found it in the "SchemaXml" property along with the TermSetId. With those I can now get the "TermStore -> TermSet -> Term -> Label" structure I need. Just a bit of code to do and I think I should be good! Thanks again
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comment SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup not working when claims authentication is enabled
I would really love so see this answered, I'm currently having the same problem and I can't seem to be able to find a proper solution to this.
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comment SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup not working with every AD Group
I also thought that could be it but I looked in our active directory and "Domain Users" is a Security-group with a global scope which works just fine with any AD group that I would create manually. "Domain Users" does contain all users that were created on the domain so I really don't get why SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup returns 0 users.
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