In Paris release, Windows - Classify probe fails if credential username is in "user@domain" format instead of "domain\user", error is: New-CimSession : Access is denied

Steps to Reproduce

> create windows credential with username in "user@domain" format
> run discovery to windows server
> windows classify probe returns error:
New-CimSession : Access is denied.At line:1 char:1+ New-CimSession -ComputerName $Host -SessionOption $so -Credential $Cr ...+ ~~


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The workaround is to change credential username format from "username@domain" to "domain\username".

Related Problem: PRB1437199

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Last Updated:2020-10-22 20:26:54