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How to configure user to see warning about expiring password when they are using MobileID two factor authentication? We are using Active Directory as user database.

asked Oct 21 '11 at 15:20

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Logon to Webaccess and navigate to Web Access Home -> Passwd Change. Configure:

Active Dir Password Change Mode        Change   # enable setting
Password Change Session Time           <45sec>  # 45 seconds
Account Expires warning in days        <7>      # 7 days
Domain Policy Password Age in seconds  <3628800> # 42 days

Domain policy Password Age must be same as in Active Directory. With this config setting is 42 days which is 151200 seconds. Custom message to user can be configured from System Parameters -> messages Default messages are:

Password Expires Message    Password is about to expire
Password Expired Message    Password expired
Password Change Message     Please change your password
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answered Oct 21 '11 at 15:33

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edited Nov 16 '11 at 10:42

If you want to customize password expiration message, navigate to
Default Parameters -> System Parameters -> Messages
and customize your message. For example:

Password Expires Message: Password is about to expire in { WLOGINSRV.PwdExpiry["format:%d"] } days

Would print something like:

Password is about to expire in 5 days
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answered Nov 16 '11 at 10:50

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