2011/7/5 Cyril Grosjean <cgrosjean(a)janua.fr>:
I use slapd 2.4.24 and I'd like users to be forced to change their password
after a reset by an administrator.
So, I've configured OpenLDAP with the ppolicy overlay, I've also configured
a default password policy
(with pwdmustchange: TRUE) but then, when bound as the rootdn and changing a
user's password, the
pwdReset attribute is not set to TRUE.
I can see the pwdchangedtime attribute has changed, as well as modifiersname
and modifytimestamp, but that's all.
And the user can bind with the new password. Also, the "-e ppolicy"
ldapsearch extension doesn't report anything special.
What could be wrong ?
* you must set pwdReset to TRUE yourself, this is never done automatically
* when user changes its password, pwdReset is reverted to FALSE if it
was TRUE, automatically
* rootdn bypasses most of password policy constraints, you need to use
a standard account to edit userPassword if you want to use password