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Adding user ID in th http header


Hi Guys,

We would like to add user ID in HTTP header for the our NAM.
I was looking through the documentation, documentation talks about
enabling HTTP header via the x-forward-for option.

Does anyone have idea how could this be achieved.

Thank you,


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Adding user ID in th http header

ddgaikwad wrote:

>
> Hi Guys,
>
> We would like to add user ID in HTTP header for the our NAM.
> I was looking through the documentation, documentation talks about
> enabling HTTP header via the x-forward-for option.
>
> Does anyone have idea how could this be achieved.


The X-Forwarded-For header generally contains the IP address from the
actual client but nothing really would stops you from putting something
else in.

Under policies you can create a Identity Injection policy. Select
'Inject in custom header'. Specify the custom header name and select as
a value 'Credential profile: Ldap credentials: LDAP Username'.

HTH

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