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SSH connection via reflection or putty

 
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Edgar Ulloa
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SSH connection via reflection or putty

Hi

Im conecting via ssh to my ovms ver 8.3, when my password expire, I Can't see the message for change password.

I need conect via telnet and I be able to see.

Your password has expired; you must set a new password to log in
New password:


same when change in uaf>mod xx/pass=blablabla

Some one know how I cant let at users change password when ssh connect is active?

regards
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Hoff
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Re: SSH connection via reflection or putty

Guessing at what you're reporting here...

The OpenVMS TCP/IP Services sshd daemon defaults to the old expired-password behavior within the defauilt SSH set-up. It assumes the ssh clients can't support this.

For that, search for documentation for this:

AllowNonvmsLoginWithExpiredPw

in your sshd_config file.

Or see the following troubleshooting materials:

http://h71000.www7.hp.com/doc/83final/ba548_90007/ch08.html

The UAF> MODIFY user/PASSWORD=string sets the expired password flag by default; this requires the user reset the password. See the /NOPWDEXP qualifier for related details.

Whether assuming the old behavior and the lack of support in the clients is still an appropriate assumption is another discussion; that's probably something where the default could now arguably assume newer behavior and support here. But that's fodder for discussions with HP.
Edgar Ulloa
Frequent Advisor

Re: SSH connection via reflection or putty

Good document

Cheers
Edgar Ulloa
Frequent Advisor

Re: SSH connection via reflection or putty

ok