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comment Can an LDAP query on AD provide the netbios domain name for a single account when using the Global Catalog?
Thanks for the answer, but I need to run this from a non-Windows machine. However, if needed I guess I could create my own web service in .NET and provide the other machine with this information. That can be a fallback approach.
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comment Can an LDAP query on AD provide the netbios domain name for a single account when using the Global Catalog?
Thanks for the answer, but I need to do this from a non-Windows machine and ideally through an LDAP query.
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asked How do I tell if IIS allows for authentication to downgrade from Kerberos to NTLM v1?
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comment How do you change languages for SharePoint Central Administration on a standalone environment?
FWIW, we were using SharePoint 2007. I suspect this works with SP2010 as well.
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comment How do you change languages for SharePoint Central Administration on a standalone environment?
Finally got around to testing this. It worked like a charm. The only thing that wasn't entirely clear is that there is both a "Language" field and a "Locale" field that could be changed in the database table. We only changed the "Language" field because that is what the blogs say, but we weren't sure until seeing it work :-). Thanks again!
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comment How do you reverse engineer a “constructed” AD attribute into its different parts?
Does that mean that constructed attributes cannot be created?