I checked, he won't be able to log in. I'm not sure if postgres has an option
to force users to change passwords after first log in. I think you will need
a function or script.
> Hello all,
> I've created a new Postgresql login and I set an expiration date on the
> account 'VALID until xx-xx-xxx'...will this require the user to CHANGE his
> password at expiration or will it DISABLE the user account???
> Also, how do I set password expiration on new accounts??? ---I want them
> to CHANGE their password upon first logging in...
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