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Remote ssh without change password

 
haeman
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Remote ssh without change password

I have setup ssh for remote user connection , now user ssh from server A to server B is no need to input password , it works fine .

But server B have a change password policy ( the user is required to change password every month , that means the password will be expired every month ) , so when user ssh to server B , they are required to change password when it was expired , can advise how to let the user is no need to change password when login with remote ssh , but still need to change password when normal login , eg. telnet , ftp etc ?

Thx
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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Remote ssh without change password

Court Campbell
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Re: Remote ssh without change password

Being that the login process lets you login and there are no config files to tell login to not prompt if the session is ssh, the answer would be no. What you could do is write a script that changed the password for the user and set it up as a cronjob.
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