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Converting A Classic Auth Content Database to Claims Auth in SharePoint 2013
In previous blogs for SharePoint 2010 I've talked about how to do claims migration - http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2010/07/20/migrating-from-windows-classic-auth-to-windows-claims-auth-in-sharepoint-2010-part-2.aspx and others. In SharePoint 2013 we have a new cmdlet for doing that called...
23 Jul 2012
The SPMigrateUsers Tool for Changing Account Identities in SharePoint 2010
There are times in SharePoint when you want or need to change an account identity. The best example is with SAML claims. In virtually of my examples I use email address as the identity claim for users. I do this because a) most people have an email address and b) an email address is something that most...
2 Jun 2012
One More Claims Migration Gotcha For SharePoint 2010
Hey folks, I've written previously about how to migrate code for claims users (such as Windows claims to SAML claims) in this post about the IMigrateUserCallback interface: http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2011/01/27/migrating-user-accounts-from-windows-claims-to-saml-claims.aspx. Just as...
19 Mar 2012
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