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Re: Randomly reset the passwords for users:


ddgaikwad;247639 Wrote:
> I guess I was wrong with the driver running on a daily basis.
> Seems that for the rule to reset the password for the user, it needs
> some kind of trigger or notification.
>
> My logic is like this:
> If its a notification then
> if the user from a specific container
> if lastlogintime for the user is greater than accoutn idle days
> then reset the password for the user
>
> But, what is happening is that, the execution stops at checking the
> login time for the user and evaluates to FALSE...
>
> Tried a few other combination but seems to be failing.
>
> Then while going through the other policies and rules came across the
> rule, Build Idle Notification List.
> As per the logic it build up the list for idle users and then sends the
> count.
>
> I was wondering somehow I can use this same logic to reset the password
> for those users?
>
> Could you point me to the right direction?


I was able to get the logic running, but now I am getting the error that
it is not able to set the destination errorl
Here is the trace: http://pastebin.com/8LmzWBrb


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