• ExtremeZ-IP 5.2.2 (Released: August 2008) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.2.1 (Released: May 2008) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.2 (Released: May 2008) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP File Server Version History (5.1.3 and earlier) ExtremeZ-IP 5.1.3 (Released: March 2008) BUG FIXES
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.1.2 (Released: January 2008) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.1.1 (Released: November 2007) BUG FIXES
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.1 (Released: October 2007) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.0.2 (Released: July 2007) BUG FIXES
  • Extremez-ip 2 readme version 2x166 July 19, 2011




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    ExtremeZ-IP 5.2.3 (Released: August 2008)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Improved support for locked folders by controlling access to them in a "Macintosh-like" manner. Windows does not by default restrict access to folders marked as read-only, so ExtremeZ-IP modifies the folder's Access Control List (ACL) to perform the lock. [#10005] [5.2.3x01]


    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where files and folders could fail to be returned in search results. If a user that did not have access to the file or folder performed a search that included that file/folder in the results, ExtremeZ-IP would incorrectly remove that file/folder from all later search results, even for users that did have access to that file/folder. [#10588] [5.2.3x02]


    * Directory Services lookups are now performed against the global catalog rather than a single domain by default. This resolves problems with complex domain structures: for example, long name logins for users who accounts are stored in non-default OUs. [#10543] [5.2.3x01]
    * Fixed a problem where files with extended attributes could fail to be copied from ExtremeZ-IP to a Tiger (10.4.11) client. [#10697] [5.2.3x01]
    * Fixed a problem where files compressed on an ExtremeZ-IP volume would incorrectly appear as UNIX executables in the Finder. [#10543] [5.2.3x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator would fail to save the setting "Allow workstation to save password". [#10133] [5.2.3x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.2.2 (Released: August 2008)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator will now present a "Check for Updates" button on the main window when running a release version of ExtremeZ-IP. Clicking on this button will open the "ExtremeZ-IP Latest Releases" web page at grouplogic.com. [#10516] [5.2.2x08]


    * The ExtremeZ-IP service will now honor the "IPAddress" registry setting on a clustered server. This allows a particular service to listen on some, but not all, IP addresses in a given cluster group. [#10337] [5.2.2x05]
    * The EZIPUTIL command-line utility now contains a command to edit an existing ExtremeZ-IP volume. Run "EZIPUTIL VOLUME" from the command-line for details. [#10448] [5.2.2x04]
    * The EZIPUTIL command-line utility now lists all volume properties when performing a "VOLUME LIST" command. Previous versions of EZIPUTIL did not list recently-added volume settings, such as information about Time Machine support. Run "EZIPUTIL VOLUME" from the command-line for details. [#10448] [5.2.2x04]
    * The EZIPUTIL command-line utility now contains a command that tells the ExtremeZ-IP service to refresh its registry settings. Like the "Refresh Registry" button in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator, refreshing the registry through EZIPUTIL will have no effect on "non-refreshable" settings. Run "EZIPUTIL SERVER" from the command-line for details. [#9968] [5.2.2x04]

    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where files and folders copied between ExtremeZ-IP volumes from OS 9 could fail to be displayed by the Finder in the destination volume. [#9873] [5.2.2x09]


    * Fixed a problem where sessions listed as "Waiting for Reconnect" in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator could fail to be automatically disconnected after the configured timeout (default 5 minutes). [#10024] [5.2.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would fail to support extended attributes whose names contained characters illegal in Windows filenames (e.g. colon, question mark and backslash). [#10374] [5.2.2x03]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would incorrectly operate in a case sensitive manner in its support of Apple's "special" extended attributes: com.apple.ResourceFork and com.apple.FinderInfo. [#10342] [5.2.2x03]
    * Fixed a problem where Microsoft Office 2008 SP1 for Mac could fail to open documents when those documents were double-clicked in the Finder. ExtremeZ-IP has updated its type/creator codes for Microsoft Office documents to work around this issue in Office 2008 SP1. [#10387] [5.2.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP would fail to find user information in Active Directory if the credentials entered in the Directory Services area of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator contained an incomplete domain (e.g. "example" instead of "example.com"). [#10225] [5.2.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator would warn the user about "invalid Directory Services credentials" even when credentials had not been entered. [#10237] [5.2.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP File Server fails to start if the system's perflib counters could not be found. The counters are normally found at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Perflib\009\Counters. [#9850] [5.2.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would report an incorrect number of offline volumes through its performance counters. [#10413] [5.2.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP File Server could hang after a file system delay. This could occur if ExtremeZ-IP’s thread pool manager mistakenly reduced the size of the thread pool to zero, leaving no threads available to satisfy client requests. [#10059] [5.2.2x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.2.1 (Released: May 2008)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * ExtremeZ-IP now saves column widths in dialogs within the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. These column widths are restored each time the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator is launched. [#8816] [5.2.1x01]



    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a potential crash that could occur after saving files in applications such as Microsoft Excel. This issue was most likely to occur if the user saving the file did not have the “Take Ownership” permission in the folder containing the data file. [#10301] [5.2.1x04]


    * Fixed a problem where applications such as Microsoft Word could fail to save changes to an existing file due to permissions problems. This issue was most likely to occur if the user saving the file was not the file’s owner. [#10190] [5.2.1x03]
    * Fixed a problem where files and folders within a volume could become inaccessible to users logging in to ExtremeZ-IP with the guest account. This could appear to cause the user to be disconnected. [#10283] [5.2.1x02]
    * Fixed a problem where two sessions from the same client machine – one logged in with the display name (e.g. “John Doe”) and one using the username (e.g. “johndoe”) – would incorrectly use two user licenses rather than one. [#10233] [5.2.1x02]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator will now display all user names in the Users dialog as “domain\username” or “computer\username”, even if the user logs in using their display name (e.g. “John Doe” rather than “johndoe”). [#10116] [5.2.1x02]
    * Fixed a problem where guest users would see the incorrect list of volumes if Windows’ “Guest Account Status” feature was enabled. [#10119] [5.2.1x02]
    * Fixed a problem where guest users would appear with the wrong username in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator if Windows’ “Guest Account Status” feature was enabled. [#10121] [5.2.1x02]
    * Fixed a problem in the ExtremeZ-IP installer where the installer would incorrectly process the serial number in a case sensitive manner. For example, if the entered serial number began with ‘z’ rather than ‘Z’, the installer would reject that serial number. [#10265] [5.2.1x02]
    * Fixed a problem where the Macintosh command-line “xattr” program would fail to list the extended attributes on a file located within an ExtremeZ-IP volume. [#10274] [5.2.1x02]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now properly sorts numerical columns in the Print Processing Log of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. Previously, ExtremeZ-IP would sort those columns alphabetically, resulting in a sort order such as “1, 29, 3, 444, 5”. [#9464] [5.2.1x02]
    * Fixed a problem in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator’s “Type and Creator” dialog where new extensions could not be associated with the “text/dosa” type and creator. [#10023] [5.2.1x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.2 (Released: May 2008)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * ExtremeZ-IP now supports Time Machine. Macintosh clients may use ExtremeZ-IP volumes as backup destinations for their Time Machine backups. A per-user quota can be set to limit the amount of volume space that each user’s backups can consume. [#9216] [5.2x06]


    * ExtremeZ-IP now allows Macintosh clients to view and modify Access Control List (ACL) style permissions. To enable this feature, a valid domain username and password must be entered in the Directory Services area of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. [#8772] [5.2x05]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now fully supports Macintosh extended attributes: arbitrary metadata that can be attached to files, such as Finder comments. [#8509] [5.2x05]
    * The EZIPUTIL command line utility now supports setting various volume parameters (such as whether or not the volume supports Time Machine) when volumes are created. Please run “eziputil.exe” at the command line to get a description of all available commands. [#9874] [5.2x06]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now supports cluster groups containing multiple IP Address resources. [#9461] [5.2x05]
    * ExtremeZ-IP Print Server is now automatically included in all ExtremeZ-IP installations. [#9705] [5.2x04]
    * Server serial numbers are now valid on workstation operating systems such as Windows XP. However, workstation serial numbers are still considered invalid on server operating systems such as Windows 2003. [#8671] [5.2x04]
    * Added the ability to configure the Filename Policy to warn users when the policy is violated but still allow the action to take place. [#9765] [5.2x03]
    * The auto-created "ExtremeZ-IP Print Support" volume is now read-only by default. [#9619] [5.2x03]
    * Windows shortcut (.lnk) files now appear to Macintosh clients as symbolic links. These links can be followed to their target file/folder in the same or another (mounted) ExtremeZ-IP volume. [#9688] [5.2x02]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now allows Macintosh clients to login using their display name (e.g. “Doe, John”) in addition to their username (e.g. “johndoe”). To enable this feature, a valid domain username and password must be entered in the Directory Services area of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. [#8729] [5.2x02]
    * Added the ability to replicate SMB and SFM shares through EZIPUTIL. [#7359] [5.2x01]
    * Added the ability to replicate Windows shared printers through EZIPUTIL. [#9616] [5.2x01]
    * ExtremeZ-IP will now log at startup if the configured HTTP/Zidget master server cannot be contacted. [#9357] [5.2x01]
    * When replicating Windows shared printers, ExtremeZ-IP will now copy the printer’s "remark" into the ExtremeZ-IP print queue "description" field. [#9615] [5.2x01]
    BUG FIXES:

    * On a clustered server, ExtremeZ-IP will now register the service principal name (SPN) based on the cluster network name. Previously, it would register the node name. However, the node name will continue to be used if the SPN cannot be created for the cluster network name. [#9786] [5.2x06]


    * Fixed a problem where a failed Kerberos login could prevent that user from logging in from a later machine. This login would fail, and a "ghosted" session would appear in the Users window of the Administrator. [#9894] [5.2x05]
    * Attempting to add printers through ‘Print & Fax’ preferences panel in Leopard 10.5.2 and greater will fail with all earlier versions of the Mac OS X printing components. Upgrade the affected clients to the 5.2x05 printing components version included with ExtremeZ-IP 5.2 to fix. Existing printers on client machines should be unaffected, but this may change with later releases of Leopard. [#9835] [5.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could fail to display the correct print server status message after the trial had timed out. [#9769] [5.2x04]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could hang when the debug log reached its maximum size and when a large amount of debugging keys had been enabled. [#9758] [5.2x03]
    * The HTTP/Zidget server now properly restarts after a serial number is applied after the trial has timed out. [#9690] [5.2x02]
    * EZIPUTIL will no longer treat volume names in a case sensitive manner. [#3985] [5.2x01]
    * EZIPUTIL will now allow print queue names up to 31 characters (the same limit as the Administrator). It previous limited queue names to 27 characters. [#9302] [5.2x01]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator will no longer close the "Add Volume" dialog if the user attempts to add a volume whose name conflicts with an existing volume. The Administrator will now allow the user to modify the volume name and retry. [#7789] [5.2x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP File Server Version History (5.1.3 and earlier)

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.1.3 (Released: March 2008)
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash (and fail to produce a crash dump) when receiving a request involving a filename greater than 255 characters. This could happen, for example, when a home directory client attempted to create a Safari cache file for a URL over 255 characters. [#9893] [5.1.3x05]


    * Fixed a problem where Mac OS 10.5.2 client could fail to connect to ExtremeZ-IP with a Kerberos ticket. [#9730] [5.1.3x03]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP HTTP/Zidget server could return local files that were not located in the "HTML Files" folder, but in any location on the NTFS volume containing the application directory. The problem was limited to files with the following extensions: html, xml, zip, gif, png, jpg and ico. [#9715] [5.1.3x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP service could crash when receiving a malformed AFP packet. [#9717] [5.1.3x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP service could crash when receiving a malformed SLP packet. [#9718] [5.1.3x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.1.2 (Released: January 2008)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * ExtremeZ-IP will now allow administrators to automatically add an exception to the Windows Firewall. [#9415] [5.1.2x04]


    * ExtremeZ-IP will now place warnings into the Windows Event Log when client logins are rejected because there are no available licenses. [#9399] [5.1.2x04]
    * ExtremeZ-IP will now output crash dumps directly into the application folder. [#9443] [5.1.2x04]

    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP service could crash when clients attempted to reconnect to the server. [#9434] [5.1.2x11]


    * Fixed a problem where users could disconnect from ExtremeZ-IP due to "too many I/O requests". [#9559] [5.1.2x13]
    * Fixed a problem where Leopard clients could see folders appear as empty through the Finder. [#9424] [5.1.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where the service could fail to start because teamed NICs had yet to initialize. ExtremeZ-IP will now wait up to 20 seconds at startup if no network interfaces are available. [#9463] [5.1.2x07]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could return the wrong error code when it refused to change a client password due to a violation of a password policy. This problem could cause the Finder to display an incorrect error message, such as a message about the password being too short when in fact the violated policy was not related to password length. [#9293] [5.1.2x04]
    * Fixed a problem where sending a message to a reconnected client could cause the client to receive the logon message rather than the intended message. [#9340] [5.1.2x04]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now logs specific error information to the Windows Event Log when the service fails to start. [#9448] [5.1.2x11]


    ExtremeZ-IP 5.1.1 (Released: November 2007)
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where volumes could appear empty after an upgrade to 5.1. [#9197] [5.1.1x03]


    * Fixed a problem where files copied into an ExtremeZ-IP volume from a Windows-side Rampage workflow could incorrectly appear as aliases. [#9160] [5.1.1x04]
    * Fixed a problem where certain messages would fail to be written to the Windows Event Log (for example, violations of the filename policy). This would occur because previously event log messages were sometimes logged in the context of the logged-in user. All event log messages are now logged in the context of the SYSTEM user (or whatever account the service runs under). [#9149] [5.1.1x03]
    * Fixed a problem where the server would enforce an incorrect license count on cluster machines with multiple virtual servers. [#9150] [5.1.1x03]
    * Fixed a problem where the server would return an incorrect error code when the Mac client failed to authenticate due to an incorrect username or password. This change allows Mac clients (particular 10.5.X) to display a proper error message to the user. [#9205] [5.1.1x03]
    * Fixed a problem where the server would return an incorrect error code when the Mac client attempted to change their password in cleartext and the "old" and "new" passwords matched. [#8141] [5.1.1x03]
    * Fixed a problem where the server could fail to process requests do to a negative refcount error. [#9093] [5.1.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem where Windows Event Log messages could get truncated if the log message contained Unicode characters. [#8531] [5.1.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem where Windows Event Log messages containing IPv6 addresses could appear malformed. [#9017] [5.1.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the "Show Only Accessible Volumes" setting in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator could fail to display the correct value. [#9021] [5.1.1x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.1 (Released: October 2007)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Introduced the ExtremeZ-IP Zidget: a Dashboard widget that helps you easily locate ExtremeZ-IP file servers and printers on your network.. [#8520] [5.1x21]


    * Added support for IPv6 to the service. Clients can now connect to the service over IPv6 or IPv4 and the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator has also been updated to support display of clients connected over IPv6. [#7863] [5.1x05]
    * Added capability for administrators to enable and configure a "filename policy" for some or all ExtremeZ-IP volumes. These policies allow for administrators to prevent clients from using file or folder names that do not meet particular criteria. Files can be declared invalid if their names contain particular characters (for example, characters not legal in Windows filenames, like backslash; or characters not displayable in Windows Explorer, like Chinese characters), if the names exceed a particular length, or if the file has a particular extension (e.g. 'mp3'). Files or folders that do not conform to the filename policy will not be allowed to be saved to the server. [#4499] [5.1x03]
    * Enhanced capability for volumes to be configured so that moved files and folders inherit permissions from their new parent folders, rather than retaining their previous permissions. By default, Windows will retain file and folder permissions after a move, but enabling this optional feature will ensure that these "old" permissions do not carry over after the move. This feature can be enabled for specific volumes, or by a global setting. As of ExtremeZ-IP 5.1, this inheritance is applied to all subfolders and subfiles of a moved folder as well. [#8096] [5.1x06]
    * Added optional feature (disabled by default) that will delete "Temporary Items" and ".TemporaryItems" folders when the service is shutdown or volumes are suspended, restarted or removed. This can be useful to ensure that these temporary files are deleted, but should not be enabled if the same volume is shared using SMB, since SMB clients may be using those temporary folders. [#6263] [5.1x01]
    * Improved performance of populating entries in ExtremeZ-IP's cache ("node table") by reducing the number of times the service must go to disk in order to fully populate a single entry. This will reduce the amount of time it takes Macintosh clients to enumerate folders that are not yet in ExtremeZ-IP's file cache. [#8043] [5.1x03]
    * Improved performance of opening forks at client request by reducing the number of times the service must go to disk in order to process the AFPOpenFork request. This will reduce the amount of time it takes Macintosh clients to open file forks. [#8043] [5.1x03]
    * Added a warning to the Windows Event Log if a user fails to authenticate, but another user with the same name exists. For example, if user "bob" fails to login locally, but a domain user named "bob" exists, a warning will be placed in the Windows Event Log to notify the administrator that the user may have attempted to login against the wrong server (local or domain). [#8247] [5.1x09]
    * Added a button to the Volumes window of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator to allow administrators to view the volume in Windows Explorer. [#8276] [5.1x11]

    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash due to lack of memory when a single client made a very large number of I/O requests in a short period of time. [#8089] [5.1x12]


    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when Mac clients print to a direct print queue configued with print accounting codes. [#8481] [5.1x21]
    * Fixed a problem where files and folders could disappear from the Finder in a random fashion if the client had multiple volumes mounted simultaneously. This problem would only occur if the mounted volumes were on separate NTFS partitions and each volume was either at the root of the partition or within a subfolder of the root. [#8654] [5.1x23]
    * Fixed a problem where files and folders could disappear from the Finder in a seemingly random fashion. [#8827] [5.1x37]
    * Improved responsiveness of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator's Users window when thousands of users are connected. [#7063] [5.1x05]
    * Fixed the ability for OS 9 clients to access files and folders whose names contain characters not in the MacRoman character set, or that exceed 31 characters. [#8240] [5.1x11]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could incorrectly report the number of active sessions as 4 billion. [#8630] [5.1x25]
    * Fixed an issue where search index files were incorrectly being stored in the root of the volume if the volume's custom index path did not exist. These files are not stored within "Program Files" if the custom index path does not exist. [#7662] [5.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the "Disconnect Waiting" button in the ExtremeZ-IP Adminstrator Users window would fail to disconnect sessions that were waiting for reconnect. [#8097] [5.1x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would accept connections on non-default port 549 even if Services For Macintosh was disabled through the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. [#8126] [5.1x03]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP handle usage could be extremely high due to a large node table cache. The node table cache size is now capped at 20MB. Note that ExtremeZ-IP may still use a large number (50,000) of handles even with a node table of this size. Contact Group Logic Support for more information about decreasing ExtremeZ-IP's handle usage, if desired. [#8780] [5.1x35]
    * Fixed a problem where users could fail to change their passwords if the "DefaultDomainName" registry value was present but contained nothing but spaces. [#8244] [5.1x09]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.0.2 (Released: July 2007)
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP could crash at startup after an upgrade from ExtremeZ-IP 3.2.2 or earlier. [#8056] [5.0.2x10]


    * Fixed a crash that could occur when placing information about performance statistics into the ExtremeZ-IP debug log. [#8189] [5.0.2x09]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could not startup after an upgrade because its performance counter DLL was still in use. [#8188] [5.0.2x09]
    * Fixed a problem where messages about ExtremeZ-IP running in trial mode continued to be sent to clients after a serial number was entered in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. [#8114] [5.0.2x09]
    * Fixed a problem where enabling the (optional) "CreatePrecomposedMacRoman" registry setting could cause problems copying files via the Finder. [#8265] [5.0.2x09]
    * Fixed a problem where the license count could exceed the number of active users, preventing new users from logging in. [#8134] [#8138] [5.0.2x07]
    * Fixed a problem where the "Disconnect Waiting" button in the Users window of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator would fail to disconnect users that were waiting for reconnect. [#8108] [5.0.2x07]
    * Fixed a problem where the Finder could fail to show the correct number of items in a folder. This could occur if files were added or removed from the folder while a user without permission to view that folder was enumerating the parent folder. [#7105] [5.0.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where users could not login to the server with DHX encryption if their passwords contained characters that are illegal in Windows filenames (* < > " / | \ ?). [#8045] [5.0.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where Mac users could get disconnected when reading or writing files to the server when the network was under load but the thread pool was shrinking. This was manifested most easily by having many Macs writing very large files to the server shortly after the server was started or there was lots of activity on the server. [#8020] [5.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could fail to display files and folders containing the Ohm symbol (Ωf1 - unicode character U 2126) . This character is distinct from the similar Omega symbol (Ω- U 03A9). [#7943] [5.0.2x03]
    * Fixed a problem where users could fail to login via Kerberos if their Kerberos ticket was large (e.g. 4000 bytes). [#7988] [5.0.2x03]
    * Added additional logging information to alert administrators if the ExtremeZ-IP service cannot start after an upgrade. This can occur if performance monitoring tools such as Perfmon or Microsoft Operations Monitor are running during the upgrade process and are still running when ExtremeZ-IP is started. ExtremeZ-IP will now tell administrators to close the performance monitoring tools so that ExtremeZ-IP can start up. Note that this is only an issue immediately after an upgrade. [#7924] [5.0.2x03]
    * Fixed a problem where sessions waiting for reconnect would not be automatically disconnected if the user reconnected but used a username with a different case than with the original session (e.g. "Bob" and "bob"). [#7953] [5.0.2x03]
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