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mmalagni
Level 9

Simultaneous Log On Restriction - CASE SENSITIVE USERS ISSUE

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All,

Is anybody aware of this issue that happen with the simultaneous Log On Policy Restriction if you put an upper case user name instead of a lower case?

Basically this policy does not work if I put a lower case user name and on another machine I use the same User name BUT UPPER case.

Any help would be highly appreciated.

Best Regards

M.

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eelsasser
Level 15

Re: Simultaneous Log On Restriction - CASE SENSITIVE USERS ISSUE

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I don't have your rules or know exactly what your policy is, but I did a quick test of how to conver ToUpper in an event.

You'll have to find how to best implement in your policy.

I just took a string and converted it with these events.

Name: UserName.ToUpper

Rule Criteria: Always

Action: Continue

Events:

Set Authentication.UserName = String.ReplaceAllMatches (Authentication.UserName, regex((.*)), "\U\1")

When I rule traced them, i saw positive results.

Authentication.UserName  EELSASSER

  String.ReplaceAllMatches(Authentication.UserName, regex((.*)), "\U\1")  EELSASSER

    Authentication.UserName  EeLsAsSeR

You can probably do something similar with your policy.

You can also put in \L for lower case instead.

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eelsasser
Level 15

Re: Simultaneous Log On Restriction - CASE SENSITIVE USERS ISSUE

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I don't have your rules or know exactly what your policy is, but I did a quick test of how to conver ToUpper in an event.

You'll have to find how to best implement in your policy.

I just took a string and converted it with these events.

Name: UserName.ToUpper

Rule Criteria: Always

Action: Continue

Events:

Set Authentication.UserName = String.ReplaceAllMatches (Authentication.UserName, regex((.*)), "\U\1")

When I rule traced them, i saw positive results.

Authentication.UserName  EELSASSER

  String.ReplaceAllMatches(Authentication.UserName, regex((.*)), "\U\1")  EELSASSER

    Authentication.UserName  EeLsAsSeR

You can probably do something similar with your policy.

You can also put in \L for lower case instead.

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