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Re: Configuring ppolicy problem

Le 28/08/2012 04:14, cbulist@gmail.com a écrit :
Hi Andy,

Thanks for your reply.
It's not a copy and paste It was misspelled.
How I have understood it when you have an entry in a specific user this
overwrites the entries in default.
In this case the entry in user1 overwrites default's entry.
You can not override the settings from the default policy, but you can override the ppolicy_default directive from the configuration file to make specific users use another policy, using pwdPolicySubentry attribute.

BOFH excuse #382:

Someone was smoking in the computer room and set off the halon systems.