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Cisco Bug: CSCta29735 - Doc: ACS NAP Regular Expression Documentation incorrect

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Mar 12, 2016

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  • Cisco Secure Access Control Server for Windows

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The documentation for regex (regular expression) use in ACS NAP advanced filters erroneously states that the only supported operators are:

-^ (caret)-The ^ operator matches the start of a string.
-$ (dollar)-The $ operator matches the end of a string. 

But some standard regex expressions such as [0-9] to represent a single number also work

Documentation in question is

under table 14-2, in the "Advanced Filtering" under "Operator" and within the "regular expression" bullet.


Documentation issue when attempting to use regular expressions within ACS NAP Advanced
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