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Cisco Bug: CSCtb17224 - Set Password Command Should Distinguish Between CLI / non-CLI OS Users

Last Modified

Feb 06, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)

Known Affected Releases

8.0

Description (partial)

Symptom:
CLI commands for setting/showing  password ages do not distinguish between CLI and non-CLI users, following are some examples:
 
(1)
>set password age maximum 10
>show password expiry user maximum-age ccmuser
Password expiry for ccmuser: Enabled and is currently set to 3650 days

[ccmuser is a non-cli user (remote support account), a message should be output stating this is unsupported user].
 
(2)
>set password expiry user maximum-age disable ccmuser
Successfully disabled maximum password age expiry for user ccmuser 
>show password expiry user maximum-age ccmuser
--> Password expiry for ccmuser: Enabled and is currently set to 3650 days    

[since this is a non-cli user you see inconsistent behaviour, should be corrected with appropriate message]
Conditions:
set password
show password
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