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PermitEmptyPasswords is set to No
# grep "^PermitEmptyPasswords" /etc/ssh/sshd_config
If there is no output does it implies 'As parameter was not set mean system will also not accepted emptypassword.'
Users is not allowed to set... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: alvinoo
In AIX 5.3 tech level 11:
I want to setup a default password policy to have at least one
of each of the following: alpha character, numeric character, and "special"
character ("!", "&", etc).
The smitty Security and Users --> Passwords --> System Password
Policy screen only offers "MIN... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: kikwit_phil
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The pro help!
Write a shell script setup for linux security policies include:
1. login (username and password login).
2. add, delete your username and password.
Note: Write a shell script file as follows:
If login successful then
If step 2 succeeds (ie add,... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ngovuongbinhtay
Hello, we are making password setting changes effective for all users on an AIX 5.2 system. Specifically requiring users to use at least one special character in their password. Is there a way to make this change effective for all users in one place, ie the /etc/security/users file? I made the... (4 Replies)
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Hi, I'm an I.T. auditor and have to validate the password rules/settings (complexity rules, minimum password length, special characters, etc.)within UNIX for a client. In MS AD, i simply ask for a screen shot of the password settings. How can i do this in UNIX? help much appreciated. Also, how can... (1 Reply)
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I have a solaris 8 machine that if I lock the machine and return I can just press enter and it will log back in, this happens with all users on just this machine. Is there a config file or command to put the password in place?
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How can I list the password settings for all the users??
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I am working on SunSolaris- v5.9 and am trying to obtain default security settings (including password settings).
Although in the AIX environment, to obtain default setting the following commands are used:
/etc/security/environ... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: eysheikah
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Is there an easy way to spit out a screen with all the password setting parameters set out? For example:
I'm looking for a way to have all the settings consolidated on a report for inclusion in policy documents. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Hoju
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well after a possible hack last week that was a pain in the as* i have reinstalled and i am setting up my security settings before i connect to the internet this time...
problem is that when i try to change the security setting using in the control setting the left panel (where the change is... (2 Replies)
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