Where is ConfigValue.java to configure password policy?

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Hinz
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Where is ConfigValue.java to configure password policy?

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I am looking for a way to disable the password expiration.(*)

I read in viewtopic.php?p=16018 that the password expire can be configured in the file ConfigValue.java.

I do not find this file in the installation.

But I read here references to ConfigValue.java in topics related to "source code".


Is it only possible to change the password expiration if I would recompile OpenEMM?

Jörg

(*) You might take a look at the latest studies which say changing passwords on a regular base does not increase security, but longer passwords do.
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Re: Where is ConfigValue.java to configure password policy?

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No need to recompile, the topic you referenced also explains how to overwrite the congi value in the database.
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Re: Where is ConfigValue.java to configure password policy?

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maschoff wrote: Sun Apr 23, 2023 6:02 pm No need to recompile, the topic you referenced also explains how to overwrite the config value in the database.
Where do I find the credentials for accessing the database?

We have a test-setup with the VMware-Appliance.
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Re: Where is ConfigValue.java to configure password policy?

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File dbcfg in /home/openemm/etc
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