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MergirieEmmanuel-8333 asked alfredorevilla-msft answered

Azure AD - Custom Claims for onpremise application authentication.

HI Guys

I trying to figureout how I can create the right claim ransformation to send to my onpremise application the value he expected.

into the source attribute I choosed User.onpremisesamaccountname but my application expect domain\samaccoutname.
the available value not give me the right value even if I choose to transform it with a join() I still not able to find how to do it.

Could you please support me or advise me.
Something I tested, I ask the application administrator to change in their database the user formal value to match only samaccountname and that work.but it's a workaround.I would prefer learm how to do it teh righ way.

Thanks

Emmanuel.





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alfredorevilla-msft answered

Hello @mergirieemmanuel-8333, try using and changing the NameID format to Windows domain qualified name

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