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E1: SEC: How Can The Customer Force Both Upper And Lower Case Characters After Activating Long Password? (Doc ID 2533034.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 20, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Can the customer force both Upper and Lower case characters after activating Long Password?

The directions to other options are seen in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Security Administration Guide, Section 13.1.1 Understanding Password Policy Rules When the Long Password Feature is Enabled

If the Long Password feature is not enabled, password policy rules for short passwords are defined in the P98OWSEC processing options. For User Profile Self-Service application (P0092SS) users, the password policy rules are defined in the Global Password Policy form.

As part of enabling the Long Password feature, EnterpriseOne detects if there are existing password policy rules defined in the P98OWSEC processing options and migrates these rules into the Global Password Policy form. The system then uses the rules defined in the Global Password Policy form for all EnterpriseOne users, including P0092SS users. This establishes a single set of password policy rules for passwords for easier maintenance.

You can define the following rules for long passwords in the Global Password Policy form:

  Minimum Password Length
  Minimum Number of Numerics
  Maximum Consecutive Characters
  Minimum Number of Characters
  Minimum Number of Special Characters

Remember that long passwords are case sensitive. EnterpriseOne checks the case of password characters when the Long Password feature is enabled.

So where is the ability to set:

Minimum Number of Upper Case Characters
Minimum Number of Lower Case Characters ?




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