For a client we have 400 users who check their emails regularly, but do not follow the policy of password changes i.e. every 30 days they need to change their password. Now they do not login to webmail, so I cannot use cpanel built in functionality to force them to change passwords.
Is there a way we can track when a users last password was changed ?
In this tutorial we will force a new user to change the password upon first login. This is usually used by sysadmins. We will use a linux command 'chage' - which will change user password expiry information.
In my Windows network with all AD servers (still) running Windows 2003, I encounter the following problem: The "Maximum password age" policy apparently does not apply. Even though some of the users have indeed been asked to change their password regularly, apparently very many are not asked to do so.
Is it possible to manipulate the password manager's data in Chrome and IE? Chrome's UI only allows me to modify the password, but not the account name or the host.
Some background: we are trying to test a site that recently changed all login id (was a customer number, will be email). Some users still have their old login id stored in their password managers, which is not valid anymore.
The company I work for is testing a department wide e-mail account (20 users that will share the same e-mail account on separate cellphones -- S2). The e-mail password will expire every 90 days and I'm trying to test what the prompt is like/how difficult it will be for users to edit the password.
I've tested this on my own e-mail account by changing my password to something else.