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Old 10-05-2010, 07:01 AM   #1
abhi_kum
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Question Exclude an user from account lockout


Hi,

I am using Red Hat LDAP (version 3) and I have passwordLockout set as "on" at global level. Is there a way to disable account lockout for a specific user?

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Old 10-05-2010, 08:24 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by abhi_kum View Post
I have passwordLockout set as "on" at global level.
Do you mean that everyone has a pwdPolicySubentry entry that points to a policy that has passwordLockout=on?

If that's the case you could remove the pwdPolicySubentry entry for that particular user, or set up another policy for users of this type.

I think you are able to add the pwdpolicy object class to that user's DN and override the passwordLockout attribute by having it set within the user DN.
 
  


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