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Limitations when combining SharePoint Foundation 2013 and SharePoint Online?

Posted on 2013-05-22
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Dear experts,

When I deploy a hybrid SharePoint 2013 scenario between SharePoint 2013 Foundation on-premises and SharePoint Online plan 2 (2013).

Will the functionality be limited to the functions of SharePoint Foundation?
See the following comparison chart:

http://www.apps4rent.com/sharepoint-2013-features-comparison.html
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Well the documentation is anything but clear on this one. It says that Foundations supports Hybrid Search (which I understand as the bi-directional search hybrid scenario), on the other hand Foundations does not support OAuth, which is needed for the hybrid. I suggest you contact Microsoft to confirm this.
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