The "User Name" column in Users main tab is confusing for AD at least since we display UPN + auth provider. Since there is auth provider in the very next column we can cut off the trailing @auth-provider from the user name to make it much more readable
Currently all users within webadmin are identified as <USERNAME>@<AUTHZ-NAME> ('Authorization Provider' term is used in UI instead of authz-name). Unfortunately on Active Directory it is a bit more complicated, because by default <USERNAME> part contains UPN, which is constructed as <AD-USERNAME>@<AD-DOMAIN>, which means that we sometimes displays really long usernames
So in all views which contain username and also authz-name in different columns, we will not display @<AUTHZ-NAME> part in username column
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First Name | Last Name | User Name | Authorization provider | Namespace | E-mail
user4FirstName | user4LasttName | firstname.lastname@example.org | ldap-authz-simple_ad | DC=ad-w2k12r2,DC=redhat,DC=com |
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
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