Updating ad from sharepoint
Detailed and organized changes or change attempts are recorded in the log files.
I recently started a consulting job for a construction company to fix their Excel quotation template.
After doing all that the user can still access the site…What the F David Blaine!?
When a domain user logs on to Share Point, the server creates a token that contains information about that user and any domain groups they are a member of.
But even the best Excel based template in the world wasn’t going to solve all their problems.
After a bit of investigation, I came to the conclusion that what they really needed was a custom quote app which could be built fairly easily with Microsoft Power Apps.
This user no longer needs access to the site so you go ahead and remove the user.Windows Token Lifetime = (New-Time Span -minutes 2) $sts.Logon Token Cache Expiration Window = (New-Time Span -minutes 1) $sts.By default, Share Point 2010 and Share Point 2013 will cache this data for 24 hours, at which point the token will expire, and the next user logon will force a fresh token to be created.This is explained here: can check the current values of the server’s token timeout with this command: This will fix the server-side and make Share Point aware of a user being granted access through membership in AD, but if the user already obtained their claim earlier in the day they may still get access denied.