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You are going to need to use a dedicated search crawler page to help the crawler link to all your customer records.
Try access the list using Powershell, loop thru the account permissions in the list and remove.
PS> $oList = $web.Lists[''xx'']
PS> $listRoles = $oList.RoleAssignments
PS> foreach ($role in $listRoles)
If this fails, I think you are gone, as editing the data in SQL isn't supported, ...
I got 4 replies so I'm sending all a copy of the book - thanks for the replies guys.
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My slide deck can be downlaoded here: http://blog.sharepointsite.co.uk/2012/02/sharepoint-coe-estimating-sharepoint.html
I think you are referrring to the presence indicator. This show users current status, it doesn't count them for you. You would need to mange this yourself through code.
If you are looking for users currently in your AD that are online, you need to link up
Hi Steve, Pls count me in - paul