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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Active Directory Account Creation

We are creating the AD account and password automatically. The Helpdesk will not know the password or use it in way. I'm looking for other companies that are maybe doing the same type of procedure. ...
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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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Mapped Network Drives Persistently Requesting Credentials

I run a small office network with one Windows 2008 R2 DC and eight Windows 8.1 clients connecting to it. All of the machines have computer accounts on the domain and each user has an old school logon ...
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How to automate FTP user password updates, on a remote IBM z/OS FTP server?

We wish to solve the business problem of how to schedule automated password updates, on a remote FTP server (note: z/OS) over which we have no administrative control, before the password expires. For ...
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Do “Old Passwords” have an expiration?

There are some systems that keep track of "old passwords" for increased security, like Databases, Domain Controllers, personal pages (Like Facebook) etc. Do these "old passwords" have an expiration? ...
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Outlook Change Password Prompt - What enables this, and what do I put for Exchange Server?

One of my end users sent me this screen, which is obviously indicative of an expired user password I'm unable to replicate this in my lab, nor do I know what value to put in for Exchange. (is it ...
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Forced to change expired password when using ssh key

I am working in an environment where I have an account on multiple linux machines where accounts and passwords are managed independently (no active directory/LDAP/etc) and passwords expire every 30 ...
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Deploy RDWeb on a non-default website

I have a public website and a private site set up like below: Public site: samplesite.com (http) Private site: my.samplesite.com (https) I'm trying to use RDWeb to enable users to change Active ...
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Where do you store shared secrets used in building VMs dynamically (phoenix servers)?

We use vagrant to spin up linux VMs for dev, testing, and evaluation servers for our software. Most often, devs are using linux from VMs inside an AD-connected windows7 box. The configuration of the ...
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Active Directory password policy for Business Days?

I don't think there's any way to do this after looking through Microsoft's password policy documentation, but on the off-chance that someone was particularly clever: Is it possible to create a policy ...
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Must change password during password change AD on SVR 2003

I have a Server 2003 AD (going to be replaced next quarter) with around 100 users, only around 50 or so are active. I've noticed that in the past month, any time a user password expires they are ...
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Create multiple password policies in redhat

How can i create multiple password policies in linux redhat, for example a password policy for the sudeors and another policy for normal users?
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Can password reset failure messages be made more verbose in OWA Exchange 2007?

Our standard password reset workflow requires resetting the user's password in OWA. Some users are becoming frustrated, because reset failures do not tell them why their password could not be reset. ...