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April 29, 2004, 4:33 pm
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password at first logon. I already set the logind.defs file up with
options MAX_PASS_DAYS to 90.
When I use command: chage user, I define that the password is expired.
So, when a user tries to logon via console, it's asked to change the
password, but when he tries to login via ssh, he receives Access
Denied. I already checked all options on sshd_config but nothing??
What to do to enable this option??
Thanks in advance.
Re: How to force password change via ssh on Linux?
Assuming you're using OpenSSH, upgrade to 3.8.1p1 which supports forced
password changes on expiry. (3.8p1 does too, but has a bug in some
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