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pakorn
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Authentication.UserGroups value is different for NTLM authen and Authentication With MCP

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Hi 

 

For Authentication.UserGroups value is different for NTLM authen and Authentication With MCP ? 

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as I testing 

 

When authen with MCP 

Authentication.UserGroups value is XXX\Group 

Sample : tfam\domain users

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When authen with NTLM

Authentication.UserGroups value is Group

Sample : Domain Users


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If I create policy to control by Authentication.UserGroups = domain users it should be using both value 
domain users  and tfam\domain users ? 


BR
Pakorn

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Re: Authentication.UserGroups value is different for NTLM authen and Authentication With MCP

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Hello @pakorn 

 

please try to disable "keep domain name in group name" checkbox in the MCP Auth settings (Policy > Settings > Authentication > [your MCP settings name]

MWG+Splunk=❤

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Re: Authentication.UserGroups value is different for NTLM authen and Authentication With MCP

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Hello @pakorn 

 

please try to disable "keep domain name in group name" checkbox in the MCP Auth settings (Policy > Settings > Authentication > [your MCP settings name]

MWG+Splunk=❤
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