Hello ALL Linux Guru,I want to change this msg (your password will expire in 1 day) to my own msg( your password will expire in 1 day Please contact to system admin do not change pas... [by sachindtorne]
I am using Lubuntu & have DRBL remote boot setup with open Ldap authentication. Currently there is no password expire policy. I want to set Password Policy so that user's password will expire after a month & they will get prompt to change their password.
Using PAM we can do it, but i don't know how to....:confused:
I am having a situation where I need to restrict the user access to change their password in Active Directory (Windows Server 2008 Standard) environment. What I need is to check the Account Options where:
User Cannot Change Password
Password Never Expire
Are there the best way to enforce this policy through Group Policy?
Very new to the server environment and have a question regarding user accounts. I'm using CentOS 6.4
Is it possible to create a user account, and have that user messaged that they need to change their password before it expires? I see in the login.defs file there is a warning age timer. Is it possible to incorporate that into a message to the user?
On a Windows Server 2008 R2 AD, if you uncheck the account option "Password never expires" on a User Account, does the password expire instantly, or does it get set to the period defined in the Password Policy?
Let me preface this with: I do NOT have root access available.
I recently got locked out of my account because I did not know the password expiration was getting close, then elapsed. I want to add a check to my startup script that checks and displays the time so I know when it is coming near.
Is there a command or way of getting the timestamp when my user password will expire?