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KB-41101: How to make UNIX name case insensitive?

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11 January,21 at 07:01 PM

Question: How to make UNIX Name case insensitive?

Answer: Add the following hidden parameter to the /etc/centrifydc/centrifydc.conf file.

1) Edit the /etc/centrifydc/centrifydc.conf file and add the following parameter:
 
adclient.unixname.case.insensitive: true

2) Save the file and run adreload


Note: This parameter is only supported on CentrifyDC 5.7.0 or newer.

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