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Subj:   Password Expiration and ODBC
 
From:   Tony Howe

For many years most access to our warehouse was thru our mainframe and batch jobs. This has change substancially the past two years with customers using Queryman, Impromptu and other ODBC type tools.

Which has cause us to look at expiring passwords and dealing with all that fun. We have a product that we use to synchronize passwords across most of our platforms, but this does not work with Teradata, yet!

For a fee it can, but until that happens, corporate policy says passwords must expire after 60 days. I've read up on how this works/implemented via the Security Administration guide, but curious as to what actually happens when someone logs on and there password has expired. Any example will do, say if your using Queryman, what message if any appears that tells me to "modify" my USERID to change the passsword???

Anthony S. Howe
Certified Teradata Professional
Teradata/DB2 Database Administrator
Highmark, Inc.



     
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