SecureAuth IdP Version Affected: All
Description: As an admin, you want to be able to limit the type of information that can be submitted via the employee Self Service page. For example, you want to prevent users from using certain domains for their email address.
Cause: You can use regular expressions (regex) to disallow certain strings from being typed in the self service fields.
Resolution: As an example, say the organization has decided to disallow emails from gmail.com to be used for communications. You would then enter in a regex to exclude gmail.com like this:
Once the regex is in place, when a user attempts to enter in an email address for the disallowed domain, they will see the following error message:
While other email domains are allowed:
Special Considerations: How to formulate regex is outside the scope of this document, and we highly encourage admins to read up on how regex works and test each filter out before applying to a production environment.
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