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Can I increase MaxPageSize value for a single user?

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I have a user with an application that queries for users in active directory. Unfortunately it is getting more than 1000 results and throwing the "ldap query exeeds size limit" error.

I've seen snippets of code that can increase the value to get around this issue but I would prefer to set the value for the user statically and not have to rely on it being set everytime the query happens.

Thanks.
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Check below: maxpagesize change in AD
http://www.petri.co.il/forums/showthread.php?p=90029
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Thanks, you reinforced my own opinion and research into this.
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