Login failure when using Windows UPN name
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Users need to login using the Windows UPN (User Principal Name) intenet-style name.
The actual Windows account name is the same as the eDirectory common name (CN).
For example, a user (with an actual Windows username of "myflatusername") could login successfully through the Microsoft credential provider using "firstname.lastname@example.org". Then, Windows would pass "email@example.com" the Novell Client. The Novell Client would attempt to login using "firstname.lastname@example.org" as the specified username, which would fail because the eDirectory name is "myflatusername", matching the Windows username.
the Windows account name passed to the Novell Client is a UPN-style username, the Novell Client will:
- Query Windows to determine what the "flat" actual Windows account name is.
- Complete the eDirectory login attempt using the "flat" actual Windows account name instead of the UPN name.
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- Document ID:7013011
- Creation Date:08-AUG-13
- Modified Date:08-AUG-13
- NovellClient for Open Enterprise Server (Client)
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