Matt . wrote:
> OK, nice,but this user failed on kinit but is in the group where the
> policy is set to 0.
> Can I check on the commandline if it applies to that setting by
> querying ldap in some way ? It could be that some other group
> overrules in some way ?
$ ipa pwpolicy-show --user <someuser>
> What about sysaccounts ? They seem to be locked also with too many
> logins, and this concerns me as they are not POSIX.
They may be getting the global policy applied.
> 2016-01-14 15:16 GMT+01:00 Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com>:
>> Matt . wrote:
>>> Hi Guys,
>>> I'm having an issue that a user which I use for the API is getting
>>> locked out from time to time.
>>> I have created a specific password policy for this user with:
>>> Lockout duration (seconds) 0
>>> But this doesn't help much.
>>> Anyone an idea how I can make sure a user is not locked out in any way
>>> by lots of logins or tries, etc and be able to test it functions
>>> allright ?
>> Setting maxfail to 0 should do it. As for testing, be creative, but be
>> sure to test both LDAP bind and kinit.
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