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Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

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  • 1.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

    Posted 09-09-2015 11:09 AM
    I am currently working on version 10.0.5. For users, can we set up automated password reset? So basically a way to have users see a prompt when their password expires so that they can set it up on their own.


  • 2.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?
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    Posted 09-09-2015 03:38 PM
    Hi Apurva,
    I understand that you refer to the ONE Automation user password, correct? If so, yes, it's possible to set a pasword life span. Use the option PWD_AGE_MAX on the client variable UC_CLIENT_SETTINGS to define the number of days that a password would be valid. There are other PWD_* options to use in the client settings variable as maximun number of attempts, criteria for passwords, etc. Just check the UC_CLIENT_SETTINGS documentation.


  • 3.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

    Posted 09-15-2015 11:20 PM
    Yes I was referring to that. That helps, thanks a ton Simone! :)


  • 4.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

    Posted 09-17-2015 01:15 PM
    Hi Apurva,

    So far, I've only changed oracle passwords through command line with ONE Automation. Very conventional.


  • 5.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

    Posted 09-17-2015 01:33 PM
    Oh okay. Thanks for your response Simone!


  • 6.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

    Posted 09-17-2015 03:51 PM
    But this is only my personal experience. For sure there are ways to change a system password through ONE Automation. Just keep inquirying our colleagues!  ;)


  • 7.  Is there a way to set up automated password reset within One Automation?

    Posted 09-17-2015 05:32 PM
    Yes I will!