We are migrating to well known CRM from an in-house app. This CRM can
use LDAP for authentication. So far, so good. So we are preloading the
directory with exported accounts from our old system. We want to harden
the password requirements in the process.
When we turn this on, we want to force everyone that logs in to create a
new password, thereby enforcing our policy change.
We currently have the PasswordMustChange set to ON. However, we aren't
seeing the expected behavior- that is, the end user is NOT prompted in
any other fashion other than the normal login.
On Mon, 2007-01-29 at 15:50 -0700, Richard Megginson wrote:
Dave Augustus wrote:
> To set it to something that the user selects that complies with the
> current password policy.
It depends. On some platforms, PAM can understand the LDAP password
policy settings, and on some it cannot. Of course, this only applies to
PAM logins (i.e. OS logins). I assume you mean OS login via PAM LDAP.
If not, then you'll need to explain more about your app.
Fedora DS password policy supports change at login - see
> On Mon, 2007-01-29 at 23:37 +0200, Mike Jackson wrote:
>> Dave Augustus wrote:
>>> Does FDS provide this feature?
>> On next login to what?
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