I'm not sure if this is the right forum, but this appears to be the most appropriate location. I'm trying to understand the targeting feature and there is one specific issue I can't seem to figure out. When creating an audience rule using
the "User" and "Member Of" settings, the "Value" field is described as "Enter the name of a Windows security group or distribution list". However, when I click on the "Book" icon to browse the list of available items, the (limited list of) entries
that I see in the selector by default are all SharePoint Sites, NOT any type of "Windows security group or distribution list"...and there appears to not be any way of selecting/finding actual Windows or SharePoint security groups. Where are the default
values that are shown in this browse control pulled from and is it possible to control WHAT shows up in this list? Why does it show SharePoint sites?
This is currently set up in a small DEV environment with everything on one server, so there is no AD integration, all users/groups are local to the server.
Is it not possible to set a rule where a user is a "Member Of" a Sharepoint group?
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