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I have a page that is trying to pull a list of all of the Users in our Dynamics Instance.
I do this through the REST API with the call
Probably the user context who executing the query not belongs to same business unit and security role. Are you sure both the instance having same AD and users?
Try to compare in advanced find whether the user can see all the user there.
When the user we are running as goes into Settings=>Administration=Users they see all of the users. But they don't show up in the query. Wouldn't that have the same context?
In case anyone finds this, our problem was with Paging. I assumed the limit was 5,000 for the number of records returned but it was much lower for this call. The instance in question had a LOT of users and we werent properly handling the pages in our requests.
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