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  • Networl Policy Server - Truncating usernames?

    Hi

    I've a 2008 NPS problem I'm hoping someone can assist with.

    The scanrio is thus:

    We get RADIUS requests authenticated on several domain controllers - said requests are proxied by a Telco to us and originate from cisco routers.

    To proxy the requests correctly to our RADIUS NPS Servers, the userid is in the format of [email protected] - the "customer" aspect ensures the RADIUS request is forwarded to us and not some other telco client for authentication. ( This is probably a shared proxy service ).

    To authenticate against active directory we need the @customer.carrier.com string stripped off the UserID

    OR the entire string truncated to just "userid".

    Can this be done in NPS and if so where ?



    Cheers in advance

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    Re: Networl Policy Server - Truncating usernames?

    Ive found the answer.

    Create a Connection Request policy. Under the settings tab, Under "Specifiy a Realm Name" - Select Attribute. In the right hand side window pane select User-Name under the Attribute drop down box. Under rules click Add

    Using regular expressions :

    For Find: (.*)@customer.carrier.com

    For Replace: $1

    To elaborate: The regular expression "$1" string is the (.*) wildcard. In this case, its the username we want to strip out.




    Win.

    Answer found @ microsoft technet - technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc755272(WS.10).aspx
    Last edited by mattmnz; 9th June 2011, 00:12. Reason: !

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