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When you reset user's ACF2 password and now it's PSWD-EXP

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  • 1.  When you reset user's ACF2 password and now it's PSWD-EXP

    Posted 10-15-2019 12:39 PM
    Hi all,
    Question out to the community
    When you set a users ACF2 password it sets the new password and also makes it expired(PSWD-EXP which I see is a bit field) so the user has to set a new one.  Does that temporary password expire after some time?  Is there a field that manages that time it expires?


  • 2.  RE: When you reset user's ACF2 password and now it's PSWD-EXP

    Posted 10-15-2019 12:46 PM
    Hi Joan,

       PSWD-EXP is set only if the GSO PSWD record has PSWDFRC set, which is the default value.  The temporary password does not expire.  That would be an enhancement request you can add through IDEATION in the Communities.


  • 3.  RE: When you reset user's ACF2 password and now it's PSWD-EXP

    Posted 10-15-2019 12:55 PM
    If we have our normal passwords set to expire every 90 days and a person does not ever log on after being created or changing their password, would it then be considered "expired"?

    Thanks,

    Joan Devlin
    Access Management Analyst
    Direct: 848.667.4501
    Email:  Joan.Devlin@dowjones.com 







  • 4.  RE: When you reset user's ACF2 password and now it's PSWD-EXP
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    Posted 10-15-2019 01:54 PM
    If the PSWD-EXP bit is still on, then the logonid is expired.  It can only be removed by the user changing the password, or an Administrator issuing a CHANGE command to remove it.


  • 5.  RE: When you reset user's ACF2 password and now it's PSWD-EXP

    Posted 10-15-2019 01:58 PM
    THANK YOU!

    Thanks,

    Joan Devlin
    Access Management Analyst
    Direct: 848.667.4501
    Email:  Joan.Devlin@dowjones.com