Procedures, policies and constraints on password entry, lifetime, change, strength, and storage. An essential part of access management, together with policies on other forms of authentication.

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How to run smbpasswd as root on AIX?

I have Hitachi ID Password Manager (formerly p-synch) set up to change the password on (among other systems) an aix 6.1 server running samba. p-synch has the capability of executing additional ...
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Password lifetimes, length, complexity and history. Is there something to help?

I need to implement some better control for passwords on a our slackware servers. I have always manually done this but the need for some automation routines to handle a lifetime check, length, ...
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Lock Workstation Glitch? (AD/Windows XP)

I was playing with a lab setup recently (Windows 2003 R2 x32 SP2, Windows XP SP3, Active Directory) and noticed that if I locked the workstation, the following strange behaviour appeared: I have a ...
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Where is my Users Account -> Advanced Tab?

I'm running XP Pro SP-3. I want to manage my user network passwords as in this tab: But for some reason when I go to my user accounts I get a different view and nowhere to get to this feature. ...
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How do you keep track of machines, password, accounts etc? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: How do you manage your passwords? How do you manage service account credentials (passwords) ? I've long since passed the line where I can remember passwords and names ...
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What's the safest online password system?

It's so difficult to track dozens of passwords in different locations. Syncing fails from time to time and you end up with collision correction avoidance syndrome. Is there a single source of safe, ...