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F5 APM Use of $Groups AD Group Resource Assign

Julian_98
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hello,

we've try to use AD Groups for Resource Assignment. This works fine. But now we tried to use a AD group with a dollar sign in front (e.g. $test). There appears the following error:

 

Rule evaluation failed with error: can't read "test": no such variable

 

I think it is because of the dollar sign. Is there any option to get this working?

5 REPLIES 5

Hi Julian_98,

 

Can you try with backslash?

\$test

 

Hi,

how can I change this? Because when I use the AD Group Resource Assign I can only choose the AD Groups that the F5 gets from AD. I can't edit the entries only tick them.

you could have a look at the advance resource assign, there you can just enter the groups yourself.

boneyard
MVP
MVP

probably already crossed your mind, but is it possible to rename the AD group on the AD side?

Yes, but we are using the groups in a lot of mapping scripts.

I created a new group for my case without any special characters and it works fine.