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How to filter web.config for certain users

Hello,

How does one filter certain Domain users via the web.config file?

For example, let's say you have 2 domains. Domain1 and Domain2. Furthermore, UserID's are prefixed with a certain character that allows you to identify who they are. Say, ABC.  I do not have direct access to AD, so there's no chance of me just shoving them into an AD Group. I have to look at them as individual users.

Given that, I want to say GRANT everyone in Domains 1 & 2 whose UserID starts with ABC.
<allow users="Domain1\ABC*, Domain2\ABC* " />
<deny users="*">

However, VS.NET barks at me when I try this and gives me the following error...
"Authorization rule names cannot contain the '*' character."

I know that I've seen people do this before, but I am at a loss to find an example.
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