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Re: Converting kaserver DB to Heimdal
At 9:49 PM +0200 10/8/03, Love wrote:
>"Henry B. Hotz" <email@example.com> writes:
>> At 1:55 PM +0200 10/8/03, Andreas Haupt wrote:
>>>This would be nice if it worked. The other problem is: even if you got
>>>hprop to preserve the time of the last password changing, kpasswdd does
>>>not update this field any more. It always remains (in kadmin):
>>>Last password change: never
>>>This problem isn't solved with Heimdal 0.6.
>> Woa doggies!
>> We don't currently do password expiration and I was counting on that
>> feature working. I know you can set expiration times.
>> I don't need counts of failed logins and such, but I do need to be
>> able to manually expire accounts and I need to enforce password aging.
>> How much of that stuff is implemented/enforced, and would it be a big
>> deal to add what isn't there?
>I think the password expiration is there (default expiration time is 1
>year), just not the last password change information is stored.
>Last password change have no field in the database and thus isn't
>implemented, instead the modification time is set (and, if used, password
>expiration is updated). But that might not help you.
No, it might. Thanks. I'll have to look at this more carefully.
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