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switching from classic mode to claims authentication with ADFS Sharepoint 2010

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When switching from classic mode to claims authentication with ADFS, how do I get the permissions to remain the same when a user logs in via claims. It seems like share point does not keep the previous permissions settings? For Mysite host location using claims under My Setting and my profile tab the user information doesn’t appear whne user logs in via ADFS how do I remedy
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When you switch to claims, the username changes internally.  Therefore, it requires a user migration.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg251985.aspx
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