02-12-2014 11:19 AM
Running into an issue with LDAP authentication. I'am able to successfully login via LDAP authentication when the username does not contain a space. However if the username contains a space (ie palo alto) the system logs show "User \'test\palo alto\' failed authentication. Reason: Authentication profile not found for the user From: x.x.x.x". I recall finding some documentation on this issue which stated to add an "_", "-", or "." instead of the space for the username but that does not work. Anyone else have a fix or workaround for this issue?
03-18-2014 12:40 PM
I recall seeing some document a while ago, which of course I cannot find now, that said if you put a '.','-',or '_' it should convert it into a space in LDAP.
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