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I am not able to change user password from root user.
although it is saying updated successfully.
but still I am not able to login direct to abc user.
however I can login from root user by using su - abc
# passwd abc
Changing password for user abc.
BAD PASSWORD: it... (2 Replies)
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I am lpad user in some of my server. I need to change password at certain period time. I am wondering what is the command to change the passwd.
last time I asked my unix admin, they gave me a comand I chagned it. (I forgot to keep it in safe place, I lost it). this time when... (2 Replies)
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I have a problem When I tried to change password for user in HP unix it gives me this error any one can help to solve this ?
bmcaddm@nmssrv05: /home/bmcaddm # passwd
Changing password for bmcaddm
Re-enter new password:
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after creating users on Redhat, i wantn to change their password with something that easy to remember and the way we use. For example
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Discussion started by: lamoul
5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I had tried to executes this script to change the user password through script:
No lines in buffer
cat /etc/passwd | grep -v userid >> /tmp/pass.tmp1
cat /etc/passwd | grep userid >> /tmp/pass.tmp2
PASS1=`cat /tmp/pass.tmp2 | cut -d ":" -f2`
sed... (3 Replies)
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I am trying to change a user's Password, but I get the error "Password Cannot be changed; see account Administrator". Yet I am logged in as root.
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In Sun Solaris we have given oracle user for dba that was shared among 5 member. Everytime oracle user password was changed themselves.
We want to trace who has changed the password. It is possible.
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I am unable to change a password for the user called : poller
I am logged in as root When I do the following command
Whe i enter the new password, it gives the above error.
When i log in as poller and then execute the command, then... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rahulrathod
When trying to change the password with the command "passwd" it returns that the user does not exist.
passwd: changing password for <USER>
passwd: <USER> does not exist
This is a Solaris 2.5.1 system. (7 Replies)
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I would like to create a script that logs into a list of several servers 50+ and changes my password all at once.
Every 60 days we are required to login to each system and change our passwords or else they expire and our login account is deleted.
I have an idea on how I could do this but... (4 Replies)
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