userscommand fails with the following message:
ERROR: extra arguments [...] were provided.
This error occurs when the
users tool is parsing the input and finds
unexpected arguments. This can happen when there are special characters used in
some of the arguments. For example, on Windows systems the
, character is
considered a parameter separator; in other words
-r role1,role2 is translated
-r role1 role2 and the
users tool only recognizes
role1 as an expected
parameter. The solution here is to quote the parameter:
For more information about this command, see Users Command.