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thowden

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Hi All

Per domain we can set for passwords to expire.

Is there a method to set specific users to not expire ?

I have some service accounts that operate queues for email and helpdesk etc and having their passwords expire frequently causes things to fail until we process changes in all the relevant systems and scripts. Having a really strong pw that does not expire would save a lot of time.

Thanks



cheers
Tony

www.wrenmaxwell.com.au

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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thowden wrote on Thu, 10 December 2015 08:08
Hi All

Per domain we can set for passwords to expire.

Is there a method to set specific users to not expire ?

I have some service accounts that operate queues for email and helpdesk etc and having their passwords expire frequently causes things to fail until we process changes in all the relevant systems and scripts. Having a really strong pw that does not expire would save a lot of time.

Thanks




If you enable an option that "User cannot change his password" then the password never expires for this user (even if it is enabled in domain settings).
Or if you use user mapping from a directory service then password policy is managed by this service and can be individual for each user.
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thowden

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Hi Pavel

Thank you !


cheers
Tony

www.wrenmaxwell.com.au

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