I have setup a multi-tenancy environment following the correct procedures, everything setup through powershell. For some reason certain users are needing to enter the full UPN firstname.lastname@example.org in order to log in to OWA. Username will not work. All users were created the exact same way which is why this seems peculiar. Anyone aware of a way to change this back for the users this affects.
Thanks for any help.
The domain part of the pre-2000 logon domain\ will be the same for every user, it's the Windows AD NetBIOS domain name. You need to tell users to log on using UPN only.
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- Proposed as answer by Dame Luthas Sunday, August 18, 2013 8:38 PM
We have over 300 mailboxes currently and all but a few just login with first.lastname. What is happening is there are sporadic users that need to enter their full UPN email@example.com and the standard username is not working this is only for certain users.