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Re: Samba+LDAP - must change password flag doesn't reset
Hi Adam !
Thanks for your answer !
In this case you say it is "normal" that the pwdMustChange stays like this
after the pw change:
And it should be like this if it would working well:
And you suggesetd to write a script which is changin' the value after the
password change !
Okay, but how can I make this script to only run when the user has changed
the password ?
Best Regards !
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Please respond to Adam
>I have a working Samba PDC with an LDAP backend !
>The problem, is that, when I set the on the user account the Must Change
>Password flag to , then it works,
>and at the next logon the user gets an answer, that you password will
>expire today !
Yep. This is really a question for the Samba list, it isn't about
>Okay, change the password, everithing is OK, password changed...
>At the next logon the password change window come up again... at the
>logon it come up again.... and so on
>- The password last set value, has been changed after a password change
>- The password really changed, so next time I can logon with the new one
>- The password must change value didn't change it is the same as before
> the pw change
Ok. This is normal.
>I don't use the unix password change option in the samba conf, because
>I'm using the LDAP to store the users, and anyway only I'm the only one
>user who needs to logon from the Unix side to the server, so I don't need
>synchronize these !
>I guess somewhere I'm wrong , but maybe not, please help me folks !
Nope, your right. The ldapsam doesn't yet maintain any time stamp
except the last change. You can load a value in via a script that
thinks it is syncing the passwords. Yes, it is a hack. Hopefully 3.0
will finally maintain all the stamps.