You may either:
- Set a relaxed default password policy using olcPPolicyDefault / ppolicy_default (or no default policy at all) and set more restrictive password policies on some of your users by setting the pwdPolicySubentry attribute on their object
- Set a restrictive default password policy, and a relaxed ones on some of your users
Using one or the other depends on the proportions of exceptions you would generate: the less, the better
Le 13/04/2018 à 11:38, Tayyab Saeed a écrit :
Dear Peter / ALL,
Thanks a lot for your reply.
So how can we exempt some users from password policy ?
Is it possible in OpenLDAP or not ?
From: "Peter Gietz" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, April 13, 2018 1:08:31 PM
Subject: Re: exempt some users from OpenLDAP password policy
well the error message says most of it.
The attribute pwdChangedTime is defined in sect. 5.3.2. of https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-behera-ldap-password-policy-10 as:
USAGE directoryOperation )
Which means, that an LDAP client is not allowed to modify the values of this attribute, and that it is to be modified by the directory server only.
And this makes perfectly sense, that the value is changed, if and only if the password is being changed.
Am 12.04.2018 um 22:55 schrieb Tayyab Saeed:
I have tried modifying pwdChangedTime & facing below error
ldap_modify: Constraint violation (19)
additional info: pwdChangedTime: no user modification allowed
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