[cifs-protocol] [REG:111080856926389] Nameconflict with "ss" vs. "ß"
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Mon Aug 8 09:51:58 MDT 2011
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From: Stefan (metze) Metzmacher [mailto:metze at samba.org]
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Subject: Nameconflict with "ss" vs. "ß"
I found that objects with "ss" and "ß" in the DN conflict with each other.
If I create CN=User_ß,OU=test,DC=example,DC=com on DC1 and CN=User_ss,OU=test,DC=example,DC=com on DC2,
CN=User_ss,OU=test,DC=example,DC=com gets renamed to CN=User_ß\x0aCNF:ee47b3a2-c1c5-11e0-a500-1b2ff2ce35e2,OU=test,DC=example,DC=com
Based on [MS-DRDR] 22.214.171.124.12 MakeConflictDN.
Can you please explain/document why 'ss' and 'ß' are handled as the same?
As MS-DRDR is marked as hostoric, I'm wondering where the MakeConflictDN section is documented? It's not in [MS-DRDM] - v20110504.
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