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Old 07-29-2012
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Hi Admins,

HOW to set unlimited login attempts for user in Solaris ?

And do I need to insatll any packages before doing this?


Thanks.
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Old 07-29-2012
You just have to edit(or add) entry in /etc/user_attr. Check this man page: user_attr(4) (man pages section 4: File Formats)
Look at "lock_after_retries".
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