Landing Zone definitions/restrictions are now case sensitive (they should be), but causes to ECL users who pass non-posix paths to Spray and Despray, and expect case-insensitivity.
LZ security restrictions validate that sprayed and desprayed files match a defined Dropzone's servers and path definitions.
Unfortunately for legacy reasons, ECL users use a mixture of posix and non-posix paths and because some DropZones are defined on windows machines and windows is case-insensitive, a case mismatch is causing spray and desprays to be rejected if the case doesn't match.
Therefore this can be worked around afaik at the moment (as it was in the report below), by ensuring the leading paths in sprays and desprays match the LZ path definition.
Spray and Despray are failing in Windows Landing Zone 'QA[C:]'. When changed the root folder to lower case. 'QA[c:]' as the current workaround it works as expected with no issues.
Failed WUID for 'QA[C:]