Blakely, Jerel (Mission Systems) wrote:
> The only setting I see is an account expire, but I do not want to lock
> the people out of the accounts.
> I just want to force each user to set a new password on minimum
> Does Postgres have a way to require users to change their passwords
> every 90 days for example, with out locking the account and forcing an
> admin to go in and update it?
I think the best you could do would be to tie authentication into some
external system that requires a password change after a specified
interval. This can be accomplished with LDAP, Kerberos, or PAM.
However, I don't think that the native mechanism will allow you to do
what you are trying to accomplish.
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