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  * The attribute can only consist of alphanumeric characters, space, a period (”.”), a forward slash (”/”) or a dash (”-”), up to 63 characters - this is because the value could be used in the service name, which has restrictions on the characters used. Any trailing spaces will be removed.  The argument field allows any characters, but be aware that Nagios Core may process some special characters like !, $ and \.   * The attribute can only consist of alphanumeric characters, space, a period (”.”), a forward slash (”/”) or a dash (”-”), up to 63 characters - this is because the value could be used in the service name, which has restrictions on the characters used. Any trailing spaces will be removed.  The argument field allows any characters, but be aware that Nagios Core may process some special characters like !, $ and \.
-  *  * These special characters must be escaped. If the system has a password such as &quot;Password11!&quot;, then you need to enter &quot;Password11\!" in the attribute. Similarly, if the password is "PA$WORD", then you must enter "PA$$WORD" (a $ escapes a $). +  * Special characters must be escaped
 + 
 +^^Character^^Input^^ 
 +|$        || $$ | 
 +|\        || &lt;nowiki&gt;\\&lt;/nowiki> | 
 +|!        || \! | 
 +For example: 
 +^String^Input^ 
 +| Password11! | Password11\!
 +| PAS$WORD   | PAS$$WORD
===== Name ===== ===== Name =====
This is the name of the attribute. This is the name of the attribute.
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