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User acount expriy question - urgent

If an expiry date and time is set on a user account and the user is
logged in at that time what happens?
Can he continue to access resources until he logs off and tries to log in
again or does it stop access from the point the account expires, even if
he is currently accessing a drive etc?

Thanks
Andrew
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Re: User acount expriy question - urgent

On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 09:41:22 GMT, ajfarmer@enpure.co.uk wrote:

>If an expiry date and time is set on a user account and the user is
>logged in at that time what happens?


Test it and find out?

In my experience with eDirectory, after the Expiration Time has come,
their connections will be closed. Active Directory (and other Kerberos
systems) only validate on login, so an active session can stay active
forever.


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Re: User acount expriy question - urgent

On Feb 15, 10:41 pm, ajfar...@enpure.co.uk wrote:
> If an expiry date and time is set on a user account and the user is
> logged in at that time what happens?
> Can he continue to access resources until he logs off and tries to log in
> again or does it stop access from the point the account expires, even if
> he is currently accessing a drive etc?


I vaguely recall it works similarly to login time restrictions. But
the quickest way to get a definitive answer is to run a test yourself.
Set an account to expire in 5 mins time, login to it and see what
happens.

John

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Re: User acount expriy question - urgent

ajfarmer@enpure.co.uk wrote:

>If an expiry date and time is set on a user account and the user is
>logged in at that time what happens?


his access is killed - I was using C1 and my account expired and I could
no longer do anything

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Joe Moore
Novell Support Forums SysOp
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