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OUD - The Attribute Defined for Last Authentication (last-login-time-attribute) is not Working (Doc ID 2834302.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 12.2.1.4.210406 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The last-login-time-attribute setting has been set up in the "Default Password policy" with "pwdlastauthtime" as the attribute name, however, it is not working.

Default password policy settings:

  Property Value(s)
  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  1) account-status-notification-handler -
  2) allow-expired-password-changes false
  3) allow-multiple-password-values false
  4) allow-pre-encoded-passwords true
  5) allow-user-password-changes true
  6) default-password-storage-scheme Salted SHA-512
  7) deprecated-password-storage-scheme -
  8) expire-passwords-without-warning true
  9) force-change-on-add false
  10) force-change-on-reset false
  11) grace-login-count 0
  12) idle-lockout-interval 0 s
  13) last-login-time-attribute pwdlastauthtime
  14) last-login-time-format -
  15) lockout-duration 10 m
  16) lockout-failure-count 5
  17) lockout-failure-expiration-interval 0 s
  18) lockout-soft-duration 0 s
  19) lockout-soft-failure-count 0
  20) max-password-age 0 s
  21) max-password-reset-age 0 s
  22) min-password-age 0 s
  23) password-attribute userpassword
  24) password-change-requires-current-password true
  25) password-expiration-warning-interval 0 s
  26) password-generator Random Password Generator
  27) password-history-count 10
  28) password-history-duration 0 s
  29) password-validator -
  30) previous-last-login-time-attribute -
  31) previous-last-login-time-format -
  32) require-change-by-time -
  33) require-secure-authentication false
  34) require-secure-password-changes false
  35) skip-force-change-reset-on-deprecate false
  36) skip-validation-for-administrators false
  37) state-update-failure-policy reactive

 

Cause

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