I have a 3rd party FBA application that only recognizes a user's UPN string as the username. i.e. DOMAIN\USERNAME will not work in its FBA username prompt.
I've gone through the sections on configuring the FormLogin.xml file here:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd282925.aspx and have been able to successfully get UAG to post the username and password to the FBA application so I know my FormLogin.xml config is working. However, the username syntax is
not what the application is expecting (the user's kerberos UPN). Is there a value similar to USER_NAME that passes the Kerberos UPN for the logged in user?
2.Then store the user’s UPN in the UAG SessionManager, still as per the instructions of the above TechNet article, as a Session Resource parameter, by
creating a [TrunkName][0 for HTTP or 1 for HTTPS]PostPostValidate.inc file in InternalSite\inc\CustomUpdate and using this line of ASP script: SetSessionResourceParam g_cookie, "<Application ID>", “txtUserName”, "<User’s UPN>" Note that you need to use the actual Application ID and the actual user’s UPN. Also note that the Session resource parameter name has to be identical to the <NAME> of the CONTROL as defined in FormLogin.xml, so in your case this seems to be
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