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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Macs Users aren't able to Change Password via VPN

I have few users who uses Macs laptop at my company, and it came to my attention that they are unable to change their Domain password via VPN. The Macs are running OS X Yosemite, and this only effects ...
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Forcing a password change on OpenBSD

On OpenBSD 5.6 I need to provision a number of user accounts with default passwords. I would like users, upon their first SSH login, to be forced to change their passwords from the default. On CentOS ...
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Users cannot change their passwords in Active Directory

We have created a new domain. The DCs are server 2012 and 2012r2 and the functional level of both forest and domain is 2008. Password policy is only set on the default domain policy and is set to ...
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FTP automated user password maintenance

We have a need to automate a FTPS transfer using named accounts which require periodic password resets. Due to another party having control over the accounts, we cannot change them to service accounts ...
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SSL Cert on a 2003 DC for password management

I am looking to implement a self help password management system, I have found this: http://code.google.com/p/pwm/ I have a test server setup but constantly fail to get it to read AD with the test ...
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windows 2008 R2 add another local administrator account without knowing administrator password

I have physical access to a windows 2008 R2 server, I am trying to add a second local administrator account without knowing the original administrator password. It's important that the original ...
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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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Security policy: servers without root/administrator password

I am considering running public web and application servers with blank root/Administrator passwords, and I'm wondering whether this might be a bad policy. I see several advantages of having no ...
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How do I change a third party service password without stopping my service that depends on that service?

Here's my scenario: I have a service that has to run 24/7 and depends on a third party service that has a password. I need to have that password changed. If I blindly change the password my service ...
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IT for a small organization: mailing lists, file server, hosting [closed]

I've been asked to help manage my church's information systems. We're small (~3 staff, ~150 parishioners), which puts us below the needs of a lot of the "Church Management" software I've seen. The ...
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Client passwords manager [closed]

I've been looking around for a good password/domains manager. Something to keep track of my clients passwords, domains, DNS, database access, etc. Web based is a must. I've heard about KeePass, ...
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establish passwordless login without asking the user [duplicate]

On Linux when using dsa keys I establish passwordless login with the command ssh-copy-id -i .ssh/id_dsa.pub user@target.host This prompts the user for user's password on target.host. My script ...
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Is 10 character (letters and numbers mixed) password strong enough for Internet Servers? [closed]

Assuming ssh brute force attacks. Assuming the following IPTABLES configuration: DROP tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:ssh state NEW recent: UPDATE seconds: 120 ...