Bliss, Aaron wrote:
I'm not sure why, but for some reason the directory servers are
enforcing password history policies. I've set the policy from within
the fds console at the data level (as described in directory server
Did you set "Enable fine-grained password policy" under the
Configuration tab -> Data node -> Passwords tab? Because the console
will allow you to configure the fine grained password policy under the
Directory tab even if this is not set, but it will not take effect.
Here is a sample ldap.conf file:
I'm running fds 1.0.1 on a redhat 4 box (actually have 2 directory
servers, I've set this policy on both servers, supplier consumer
replication is setup between them.
I've verified that this is not enforced regardless if the client has ssl
enabled or not.
Did you try ldapmodify from the command line to see if the problem is
with FDS or with PAM? e.g.
ldapmodify -D "uid=user,ou=people,dc=company,dc=com" -w currentpassword
Please advise as this is a highly critical issue that I
must get fixed in order to move this into production. Thanks very much.
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