In the group mapping UserID template, we use LDAP syntax (CN=...., OU=...), but in rules, I have always seen Source User expressed in lanman syntax, Domain\User or ...\Group. Is it possible to use the LDAP syntax in the rule as well, and is there and advantage either way?
I have not seen LDAP syntax, used in Policies, so I do not believe that functionality is readily configurable and available on the FWs.
I think the solution support domain\group or domain\user, so if this is what the vendor wants to support as their format, I see no problems.
Been instructor and PS for 7 years, and the lanman format is good for me.
Either one works for me, although it seems like if the query can be done via LDAP syntax it would be more efficient and precise. I did notice that the rule will accept LDAP syntax, but have not tested it beyond a commit validation.
More of an academic q: really. Thank you.
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