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Have implemeted the basic web portal on SharePoint 2010 Foundation.  We need to now populate the user information from the AD and also want to get the computer info (asset information) on the webportal for the currently  logged in user

How can we do it?
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You would need to first create your connectors within SCSM that would pull data from SCCM for the user primary machine as well as a lot of other data and then AD for the actual user and computer accounts and groups.

Here is a link that would help get you started
http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/2013/11/08/scsm-2012-populate-computer-list-in-web-portal/

Hope that helps
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