is there a way that my FBA (ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider) logged user like jo@xxx.com and the Windows Authentication user jo@xxx.com became the same user (meaning they have the same user id) and share the same item in the user information list and the same profile ?

I think they are treated as two differents user.

Any help apreciated.



In SharePoint 2010, you could normalize the accounts by creating/configuring a TrustedIdentityTokenIssuer that generates the same identity claim regardless of the authentication method.

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  • So I cannot use ActiveDirectoryMembership FBA and Windows Authentitcation to be identified as the same AD user and have the samed userid in SP ? – user14444 Mar 12 '13 at 12:13
  • You cannot. Since the authentication provider is different, SharePoint considers it two different user accounts. – Paul Schaeflein Mar 12 '13 at 17:00

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