I was reading a bit about this (I manage a LDAP server, but I am far
from a specialist) and the format is actually too flexible: Any UTF-8
encoding with up to 64 characters.

I suspect basic punctation marks would be enough. Though I could see a
Windows based SSO system (AD) accepting spaces and maybe even that being
a usual convention (just speculating here).

But _s and .s are probably very common across existing installations.

Let's start with that at first :)
Do you have time to work on this or can create a tracking issue?

I do not have time to work on this, but I created the issue some time ago:


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