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[&UserID] for some users it returns their account as all lower case?


[&UserID] for some users it returns their account as all lower case?

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My AD account has mixed case, several other users do as well.

However, for at least 1 user I am aware of it returns their account as DOMAIN\username instead of DOMAIN\UserName

I can't figure out why that is. In AD their account is User Name.

I don't suppose anyone has run across this issue?

I can use a to Lower or To Upper to work around, but would like to understand the root cause.
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