Resetting password policies
Learn how to reset your password policy to the system initial password policy.
Resetting a password policy
Run the reset-pwpolicy command to reset your password policy to the system initial password policy.
|Password Policy Attribute||Default Value||Remarks|
|minlife (hours)||1||The minimum period of Password Lifetime (hours).|
|history||0||The number of previous passwords that are stored and which a user is prevented from using.|
|minclasses||0||The minimum number of required classes of characters.|
|minlength||8||The minimum number of required characters for a password.|
|lockouttime (seconds)||600||The period (in seconds) for which a lockout is enforced.|
|maxfail||6||The maximum number of consecutive failures.|
|maxlife (days)||90||The maximum period of Password Lifetime (in days).|
|failinterval||60||The period (in seconds) after which the failure count will be reset.|
Resetting a password policy for a group-level
Run the reset-pwpolicy command and specify the --globalrole parameter to reset a password policy to the system initial password policy for a group-level group.
[root@e1n1~]# apusermgmt reset-pwpolicy --globalrole=User Password policy has been reset successfully to the system default value.