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Time Zones in SharePoint

I would get the field into Active Directory and then use the User Profile Service to populate the Time Zone field...You can use FIM to do the translation for you and stick the integer value into Active Directory

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Security Governance Best Practices for SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 | SharePoint Online

In many SharePoint deployments, the organization’s Active Directory (AD) deployment may have a good deal of duplication, custom groups, or old and expired information that have been created and stored over many years

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A Single Identity?

In a comment to a prior post ( http://ermcommunity.org/erm/blog/records-management-20#comment-61 ), James Lappin noted that Facebook and Twitter are pushing to become the identity platforms for the internet and compared this to Microsoft's Active Directory inside the firewall

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Too Much Information?

Late last week, we experienced a ripple in the space-time continuum that keeps SharePoint aligned with Active Directory

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Migrating to SharePoint 2010: Home Makeover MOSS Edition

If we put our content house on the market, the asking price would be... 113 GIG farm all based in one site collection Tens of thousands of inconsistently labeled artifacts (some with versioning conflicts) Excessive number of libraries (+1000 – some bloated, others barren) Loosely-defined content types (– not always aligned with collection libraries) All tethered to a delinquent and outdated production version of Active Directory (how's that for a rock-solid governance foundation?)

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Profile Pictures in SharePoint 2010

You will need to work with your Exchange administrator and Active Directory administrator to make sure everything is setup correctly (primarily permissions)

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Digital Signatures at the Edge

The signing appliance can auto-synchronize with Active Directory or LDAP to automatically create/cancel digital certificates when signers join or leave the organization

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Notes on Azure, SharePoint, and Windows Live

So now I have Active Directory, Forms Based Authentication (FBA), and Windows Live (via Azure) all working on an internet facing SharePoint site (it also works with all of those on the internal side as well) and my brain is about to explode

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So, THIS (SharePoint 2010) is what happened to knowledge management!

Not the least of these include presence, so one can see whether a particular contact is online, and the ability to pull data in from other repositories like PeopleSoft and Active Directory

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