Amazon WorkSpaces requires Active Directory, so the identity will always be DOMAIN\username. If you remove CORP from the identity, you break the service.
thanks for your answer! But I'm using a linux machine, why would I need AD? Where does windows fit here? I mean, what caught my eye of workspaces is that you can easily setup and connect to a linux machine. After playing with it and taking the decision of using it, I started to see that Github scripts fail to register a service break because of that character.
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