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KQL Contains and In

Robert Cain continues a series on KQL:

There are versions of these which are case sensitive. We’ll see a few here, focusing on the contains keyword. In addition there are not versions, which will also be demonstrated.

There is another operator we’ll discuss here, in. It is a bit of an odd duck, in that it is case sensitive by default. We’ll see it and its variants later in this post.

Case sensitivity in search is a curse.