3
votes
2answers
196 views

Active Directory - How to find what machine applied a GPO

I've got a GPO that is configured to change the local builtin Administrator's password on certain machines. I need to find what machines have applied this GPO to themselves. I've written a script that ...
1
vote
1answer
142 views

User can't log in after I manually set MD5 hash

I'm using Puppet to manage user passwords. (Yes, I know LDAP is better, but I've been told from the higher-ups to use Puppet.) I have this class that, when run as root, changes bob's password to ...
2
votes
2answers
467 views

Changing user passwords with Puppet

I have this class that, when run, should let a user change their password. However, when I run it with puppet agent --test, it gives a syntax error at line 9, where it's setting the password, but I ...
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votes
1answer
238 views

How to use Puppet to synchronize user passwords across servers? [closed]

I've been assigned to use Puppet to synchronize user passwords across an arbitrary number of servers, so that a user can change their password once and have that change pushed out to an arbitrary ...
-3
votes
2answers
364 views

Saving Active Directory Passwords [closed]

I have a requirement for one of my clients that they would like all user passwords stored in the Description field of AD. Now this is all well and good initially because we use a script to roll out ...
1
vote
2answers
206 views

apache users linux

I'm working with Apache on an ec2 box. I'm trying to generate keys for a user, apache on the system. However, I don't have permission, because it's ec2. So, I sudo - and get asked for a password for ...
2
votes
1answer
986 views

Copy the Users from one MS-SQL server to another

I am currently facing the problem that someone working here changed the password of the sa user of the Microsoft SQL Server 2005. The SQL-Server is running on a VM, and the application we run won't ...
0
votes
3answers
6k views

How to disable “Password Never Expires” on multiple users (Windows Server 2003)

It seems that a lot of my users have the "Password Never Expires" box checked. And that bypasses my password policy. I have all my users under one OU folder, with a lot of subfolders of course. And ...