Is it possible to define expiration time for loacal auth data base?

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Is it possible to define expiration time for loacal auth data base?

Hi All,

Is it possible to define expiration date for loacal auth database?

ie. creating the user names on local database for 5 days, after 5 days these user names should get expired.

Regards,

Gururaj


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Re: Is it possible to define expiration time for loacal auth data base?

This is not possible. Local user DB is part of configuration and can be removed only by deleting the configuration.

Please contact your SE if you would like to request this feature.

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Re: Is it possible to define expiration time for loacal auth data base?

This is not possible. Local user DB is part of configuration and can be removed only by deleting the configuration.

Please contact your SE if you would like to request this feature.

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Re: Is it possible to define expiration time for loacal auth data base?

Are You sure?

In PAN 5.0.8 in Device>Setup>Management>Minumum password Complexity I'm able to setup expiration warning period

Regards

Slawek

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Re: Is it possible to define expiration time for loacal auth data base?

These settings are for the locally configured firewall administrators. I think the original question was pertaining to (Device > Local User Database > Users)

Excerpt from Admin Guide:

"Enable minimum password requirements for local accounts. With this feature, you can ensure that local administrator accounts on the firewall will adhere to a defined set of password requirements."

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