Manage > NetBackupCLI > PasswordExpiry

Article:HOWTO94410  |  Created: 2013-11-26  |  Updated: 2014-05-06  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO94410
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Main > Manage > NetBackupCLI > PasswordExpiry — Use to manage the NetBackup command-line password.

SYNOPSIS

PasswordExpiry Age UserName Days

PasswordExpiry Now UserName

PasswordExpiry Show [UserName]

PasswordExpiry Warn UserName Days

DESCRIPTION

When you create a NetBackupCLI user account, you can manage the password of that account through the NetBackup Appliance Shell Menu. You have the ability to do the following:

  • Set the age of the password in days, for one or more users.

  • Force the expiration of a password for one or more users.

  • Configure a warning of when a password is set to expire for one or more users.

  • Show the current expiry password information of one or more users.

OPTIONS

PasswordExpiry Age UserName Days

Use this command to specify a maximum number of days that a password is valid for a user or users.

Use the Days variable to set the number of days the password is valid. In addition, use the UserName variable to specify the user or users that you want this setting to apply. Enter All if you want this setting to apply to all users.

PasswordExpiry Now UserName

Use this command to force a password to expire immediately for one or more users.

Use the UserName variable to specify the user or users whose password is about to expire. Enter All if you want to expire the password for all users.

PasswordExpiry Show [UserName]

Use this command to view the password expiry information.

Use the [UserName] variable to specify the user or users. Enter All if you want to expire the password for all users. You can also enter Default to view the default settings.

PasswordExpiry Warn UserName Days

Use this command to configure a warning period in which you receive a warning before the password expires. You can also configure one or more users to receive the warning.

Use the Days variable to set the number of days or warning before the password expires. In addition, you use the UserName variable to specify the user or users who receive the warning. Enter All if you want this setting to apply to all users. You can also enter Default to specify the default settings.


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