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LDAP import users - restrictions reset after user logs in

Using ice I imported my users in to a container with a password. With admin rights I checked
Required a password
Force periodic password changes
Required password changes
Limit grace logins

User logs in all fields return back to unchecked.
I gave NDS rights WRITE & add self to the container with inheritable.

What else do I need to manage users accounts?
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On Wed, 30 Nov 2011 19:56:02 +0000, dcampisi wrote:

> Using ice I imported my users in to a container with a password. With
> admin rights I checked
> Required a password
> Force periodic password changes
> Required password changes
> Limit grace logins
>
> User logs in all fields return back to unchecked.


If you have a password policy (Universal Password), then those attributes
are updated to reflect the values from your policy when the user logs in.
You cannot change them to something other than what the policy is
configured for, they revert back as the policy is enforced.


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