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Re: Password aging?
I have the same issues at my university. We would like to implement
password aging with openldap for solaris8/9 clients. I have no clue where
to start. I.e. I have no idea what extra attributes I need in the
openldap-server. Any help, or pointers to documentation will be highly
Florida Institute of Technology
On Tue, 20 May 2003, Lawrence, Mike (White Plains) wrote:
> Hi - one more question as I try to replace /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow
> accounts with ldap. I'm using Solaris 8,
> and SSL/TLS with the padl nss and pam ldap modules.
> The machines ldap is destined to be used on have been using password aging
> policies in the past (through Solaris'
> /etc/default/passwd file). So what I would like to do is to preserve this
> functionality with openldap.
> Does anyone know how to set this up with openldap and pam in Solaris 8?
> I've been searching through the admin
> guide, doing general google searches (and searches on openldap.org) without
> much success. Thanks,
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- Password aging?
- From: "Lawrence, Mike (White Plains)" <Mike.Lawrence@starwoodhotels.com>