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Re: Finding Last Password Change Time In OpenLDAP

by hominid (Curate)
on Dec 11, 2012 at 20:29 UTC ( #1008392=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Finding Last Password Change Time In OpenLDAP

Don't know about OpenLDAP, but our EDirectory stores the password expiration date as "passwordExpirationTime" in Greenwich Mean Time and yyyyMMddhhmmss format. We use that to calculate the days til expiration and send email notices accordingly.
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[Discipulus]: Corion i made the same error of OP.. and the same some line below.. ;=( better to take a coffe
[Corion]: Discipulus: I've made that error many times already, so I have learned to spot it quickly ;)
[Corion]: On the upside, besides $work yesterday I got to enjoy the existing test suite for my WWW::Mechanize modules, as that makes implementing WWW::Mechanize:: Chrome much easier. Pick a feature I want to work on, copy the test, make that test pass (or modify ...
[shmem]: ☕☕ coffee for Discipulus and Corion. Sugar, milk?
[Corion]: ... the test suite because it reaches too deep into the objects)
[Corion]: shmem: Ooh, thanks! I already brought me an espresso+chocolate :)
[Discipulus]: mmh.. stil wrong
[Discipulus]: no sugar no milk, thanks; black short eatalian coffe
[Corion]: "corto" ;)

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