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Old 09-23-2004, 03:33 AM   #1
agent bigote
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squid authentication

need help,

i'm using a squid proxy server (redhat9) with authentication. it's working fine, but
what i need is for the passwords to expire every a certain number of days and for newly
created username to be forced to change password at first login. how do i go about this??
i tried in sytem settings-users and groups. it works when logging to the server but not with squid.

by the way, im using ncsa_auth
what authentication program does the linux system use?


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