Wildcards and Regular Expressions
This section contains examples of wildcards and regular expressions and how they can be used in Environment Manager.
Environment Manager uses CAtIRegExp Class regular expressions.
For further information on CAtIRegExp Class regular expressions, refer to www.msdn.microsoft.com.
|^[a-f]+||"alice" matches because
her name starts with a letter between a and f
"john" does not match because his name starts with a letter greater than f
"Alice" does not match because her name does not start with a lowercase letter
|^[a-fA-F]+||"Alice" matches because with this expression uppercase letters are allowed|
matches because the user name is made up of alpha numerics followed
by 3 numbers
"UserWithFourNumbers1234" does not match because the user name has four numbers in it
The domain name can also be specified in regular expressions. For example, ivanti\\^[a-h]+ matches all user names which have a first letter a to h. Without a domain name in the regular expression, the query matches any user names which have a first letter from a to h in any domain.
|(notepad)|(winword)|(calc).exe||notepad.exe matches because
it is in the list
wordpad.exe does not match because it is not in the list
|^!(notepad.exe)||notepad.exe does not match because
notepad is specifically excluded
wordpad.exe matches because it is not notepad
|^!((notepad.exe)|(calc.exe)|(winword.exe))||wordpad.exe matches because
it is not in the list
calc.exe does not match because it is in the list