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Hi Hornbill,

I'm currently writing a powershell script to automate the update/creation of our users. I wanted to get the custom attributes of a user, I could see userProfileSet in the admin section of methods, but userProfileGet wasn't there which I found odd.
Luckily I stumbled upon it in session::userProfileGet, so I was wondering if you could add a note to the list of methods in admin to say its in session. So other users don't go thinking the method their looking for doesn't exist.



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