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How do I use an or operator for this APM policy expression?

Wasfi_Bounni
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"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters"."Domain"="example.F5.com"

For the above expression, how can I say that the domain that this registry value equals is example.f5.com or abc.com? I mean what is the Syntax?

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Sebastiansierra
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Hi Wasfi,

I understood your point, but first, you have to store the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE from the user in a session variable using the Windows Registry utility and then can use it to compare with the desired HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.

You have more possibilities as make an Adquery to your AD Server and send the domain of the user in a custom variable and compare it with the desired value, allowing the system to determine a different flow based on the domain.

In my personal experience, I discarded the Windows Registry utility because it doesn´t work in all cases, and only applies to windows devices.

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Sebastiansierra
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Hi Sebastian;

Thank you for your response. The above link does not help me use an or operator. Basically, I want to write something like:

"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters"."Domain"="example.F5.com" OR "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters"."Domain"="abc.com"

So if the value of the registry is example.f5.com or abc.com, then the expression evaluates to "True".

Kindly

Wasfi

Sebastiansierra
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Hi Wasfi,

I understood your point, but first, you have to store the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE from the user in a session variable using the Windows Registry utility and then can use it to compare with the desired HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.

You have more possibilities as make an Adquery to your AD Server and send the domain of the user in a custom variable and compare it with the desired value, allowing the system to determine a different flow based on the domain.

In my personal experience, I discarded the Windows Registry utility because it doesn´t work in all cases, and only applies to windows devices.

Thank you Sir.