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fergani
Advisor

batch file

Hi all
I am using tru64 Unix and I want to use batch file which makes me to change all user passwords at the same time.

Please could anyone help me to do that.
bye.
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Pieter 't Hart
Honored Contributor

Re: batch file

do you want the password to be "expired" so the user must change it?
or do you want to change the passwords yourself?
in the last case it may be simplest to create a new passwd file and copy to /etc/passwd?
fergani
Advisor

Re: batch file

Hi Pieter 't Hart,
I want to change the passwords myself.
And I don't know how to make a ready batch file which makes me to change all user passwords at the same time ,instead of changing everyone separately .

Please could anyone help me to do that.
bye.
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: batch file

> Please could anyone help me to do that.

Perhaps someone could, if he had any idea of
exactly what you would like this script
("batch file") to do.

Which "all user" passwords? _Really_ "all"?

From where will these passwords come?

What, exactly, would you like to do?