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Hello, We have a Windows Server which handles all of the user accounts/information and we have several Windows and Linux boxes deployed. The Linux machines all run Scientific Linux 6 ...
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    Kerberos and Active Directory


    Hello,

    We have a Windows Server which handles all of the user accounts/information and we have several Windows and Linux boxes deployed. The Linux machines all run Scientific Linux 6 (Essentially CentOS 6, which is a redhat like distribution). They use Kerberos to authenticate with the Active Directory server.

    When logging in on the Linux machines, when a password is about to expire, it shows "Your password will expire in XX days". Does anyone know the command line approach to find out how many days the password is valid for or expiration date? Similar to using net user in Windows command prompt. I've been searching all over the internet and cannot seem to figure this one out.

    Thank you,

    Jonathan

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonofmac View Post
    Hello,
    "Your password will expire in XX days".Jonathan
    XX? Isn't the system supposed to say how many days are left? Whatever the case is, the Windows server should provide the number of days.

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