email@example.com wrote: > Thanks for your prompt reply. > We are not using any client.. If you change passwords via LDAP there *is* a LDAP client. > we are just changing the user password from > ssh console. So the client is whatever your PAM configuration has for passwd,e.g. pam_ldap, sssd etc. > We imported our /etc/passwd to openldap and our idea is when the user > gets the next expiration time the new password be in SSHA. > Is it possible?.... You have to configure your client to use LDAP Modify Ext. Op. - whichever your LDAP client is. Ciao, Michael.
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