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I'm trying to change the password for Ldap users using Samba. i'm using smbldap-tools-0.9.6 . I use the command smbldap-passwd in terminal. I can able to change the password. But i want to password restrictions like password must be minimum 6 characters and it should return error if it goes beyond 90 days like that.

Please guide me with some steps...

Thanks

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You can do this with a combination of the smbk5pwd, password exop and slapo_ppolicy on OpenLDAP + Samba setups – Flexo Jun 2 '11 at 15:15

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