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pwpolicy(8) [osx man page]

pwpolicy(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       pwpolicy(8)

NAME
pwpolicy -- gets and sets password policies SYNOPSIS
pwpolicy [-h] pwpolicy [-v] [-a authenticator] [-p password] [-u username | -c computername] [-n nodename] command command-arg pwpolicy [-v] [-a authenticator] [-p password] [-u username | -c computername] [-n nodename] command "policy1=value1 policy2=value2 ..." DESCRIPTION
pwpolicy manipulates password policies. Options -a name of the authenticator -c name of the computer account to modify -p password (omit this option for a secure prompt) -u name of the user account to modify -n use a specific directory node; the search node is used by default. -v verbose -h help Commands -getglobalpolicy Get global policies -setglobalpolicy Set global policies -getpolicy Get policies for a user --get-effective-policy Gets the combination of global and user policies that apply to the user. -setpolicy Set policies for a user -setpolicyglobal Set a user account to use global policies -setpassword Set a new password for a user. Non-administrators can use this command to change their own passwords. -enableuser Enable a user account that was disabled by a password policy event. -disableuser Disable a user account. -getglobalhashtypes Returns the default list of password hashes stored on disk for this system. -setglobalhashtypes Edits the default list of password hashes stored on disk for this system. -gethashtypes Returns a list of password hashes stored on disk for a user account. -sethashtypes Edits the list of password hashes stored on disk for a user account. -0 through -7 Shortcuts for the above commands (in order). Global Policies usingHistory 0 = user can reuse the current password, 1 = user cannot reuse the current password, 2-15 = user cannot re- use the last n passwords. usingExpirationDate If 1, user is required to change password on the date in expirationDateGMT usingHardExpirationDate If 1, user's account is disabled on the date in hardExpireDateGMT requiresAlpha If 1, user's password is required to have a character in [A-Z][a-z]. requiresNumeric If 1, user's password is required to have a character in [0-9]. expirationDateGMT Date for the password to expire, format must be: mm/dd/yy hardExpireDateGMT Date for the user's account to be disabled, format must be: mm/dd/yy validAfter Date for the user's account to be enabled, format must be: mm/dd/yy maxMinutesUntilChangePassword user is required to change the password at this interval maxMinutesUntilDisabled user's account is disabled after this interval maxMinutesOfNonUse user's account is disabled if it is not accessed by this interval maxFailedLoginAttempts user's account is disabled if the failed login count exceeds this number minChars passwords must contain at least minChars maxChars passwords are limited to maxChars Additional User Policies isDisabled If 1, user account is not allowed to authenticate, ever. isAdminUser If 1, this user can administer accounts on the password server. newPasswordRequired If 1, the user will be prompted for a new password at the next authentication. Applications that do not support change password will not authenticate. canModifyPasswordforSelf If 1, the user can change the password. Stored Hash Types CRAM-MD5 Required for IMAP. RECOVERABLE Required for APOP and WebDAV. Only available on Mac OS X Server edition. SALTED-SHA512-PBKDF2 The default for loginwindow. SALTED-SHA512 Legacy hash for loginwindow. SMB-NT Required for compatibility with Windows NT/XP file sharing. SALTED-SHA1 Legacy hash for loginwindow. SHA1 Legacy hash for loginwindow. EXAMPLES
To get global policies: pwpolicy -getglobalpolicy To set global policies: pwpolicy -a authenticator -setglobalpolicy "minChars=4 maxFailedLoginAttempts=3" To get policies for a specific user account: pwpolicy -u user -getpolicy pwpolicy -u user -n /NetInfo/DefaultLocalNode -getpolicy To set policies for a specific user account: pwpolicy -a authenticator -u user -setpolicy "minChars=4 maxFailedLoginAttempts=3" To change the password for a user: pwpolicy -a authenticator -u user -setpassword newpassword To set the list of hash types for local accounts: pwpolicy -a authenticator -setglobalhashtypes SMB-LAN-MANAGER off SMB-NT on SEE ALSO
PasswordService(8) Mac OS X Server 13 November 2002 Mac OS X Server

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