The features described in this document require EZproxy 5.0b GA or later.
In EZproxy 4.0, the common conditions and actions shared by extended authentication and authorization methods were standardized. These common conditions and actions can be combined with the specific conditions and actions of authentication and authorization methods such as LDAP to create authorization rules that determine which users are allowed to access EZproxy and which resources within EZProxy those users may use.
Within conditions, if the compare text starts with wild, then the comparison defaults to a case-insensitive match allowing * to match 0 or more characters and ? to match any one character.
You can add -CS before the comparison text to make the comparison case-sensitive.
You can specify that the comparison should use a regular expression by adding -RE in front of the comparison text. If you specify -RE but not -CS, be aware that the comparison text will be converted to lower-case, but the regular expression will not be changed, so all literal text in the regular expression should be specified in lower-case or else it will not match.
<a href="^C">continue to resource</a>
to allow the user to move on to the destination resource.
You can follow Group with the special value NULL to remove the user from all groups.
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