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ODSEE to OUD Migration (VII) - Using Password Policy (Doc ID 1439878.1)

Last updated on APRIL 28, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version and later
Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition - Version 6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This article shows how ODSEE password policies using COS (Class of Service) and roles can be configured in OUD as a group.


 As a prerequisite, ODSEE password policy compatibility mode should be DS6-mode as described in KM article 1425443.1 - ODSEE to OUD Migration (IV) - Password Policy Compatibility


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In this Document
 1) ODSEE - How to Create Different Password Policies Using Classic CoS (Class of Service) and Roles
 2) Providing the Equivalent Functionality in OUD
 3) Use Case Example 1: Create a Password Policy (Subentry) in the DIT
 3.1) Create a Group of Part Time Employees and Add Members to that Group
 3.2) Verify Members of the partTimeEmployees Group
 3.3) Create a Password Policy (for the partTimeEmployees Group) in DIT
 3.4) Check the partTime Password Policy (partTimePwdPolicy) Created
 3.5)  Verify User is Assigned the Password Policy Using ldapsearch
 3.5.1) User user.3n Has Been Assigned the partTimePwdPolicy
 3.5.2) Account Lockout after 2 Failures
 4) Use Case Example 2: Create a Password Policy Using dsconfig and Use ds-pwp-password-policy-dn to Assign It to a User
 4.1) Create a Temporary Password Policy
 4.2) Check the Temporary Password Policy
 4.3) Assign the Temporary Password Policy to a User
 4.4) User Account locked

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