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Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

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Chui Kock You_1
Frequent Advisor

Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

Hi,

1] Create new userID, doesnâ t generate password for the new userID (instead it create with â .â . Pls refer to the attachment file.

Do you have the scipt, that will automatic generate the password for the new userID?

Any help will appreciated.

Regards
Chui
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VK2COT
Honored Contributor
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Re: Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

Hello,

Of course it can be done. I cannot see
you attachment (my Linux server does not
understand docx format - I will have to check it later).

Take a look at several scripts here:

www . circlingcycle . com . au/Unix-sources/

I disallow Web search engines to check
my home server (and am very, very quick
to block any kind of spam), so my URLs are
not cached much (exactly as I want it).
I am not really interested to be present
on Facebook and other rubbish sites...

Cheers,

VK2COT
VK2COT - Dusan Baljevic
Chui Kock You_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

Hi WK2COT,

I've convert the file into doc. Pls refer to the attachment file.

Server Hardware Information
Model:HP RX6600
OS:HPUX 11i version 3

Regards
Chui

singh sanjeev
Trusted Contributor

Re: Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

If you have trusted system you can generate password for user with below command

/usr/lbin/modprpw -x

you will receive a system generate password for the user,

you can use this syntax in script.
Sanjeev Singh
Chui Kock You_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

Hi Sanjeev,

Can i have the script?

Regards
Chui
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Doesn't automatic generate password for the new userid

>Can I have the script?

Sanjeev mentioned the to be obsoleted modprpw(1M) command, not a script.