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simple script to change password on AIX 6,1

simple script to change password on AIX 6,1

simple script to change password on AIX 6,1

(OP)

Hi all,

good day to all

I have 750 users and i need to run the below command to force user change their password. can someone help me for a simple script. I have a user listing from /home output. ie. (output from "ls -l|awk -F " " '{print $9}' > /tmp/userlist.1"

$ pwdadm -f ADMCHG user1
$ pwdawm -f ADMCHG user2
......
......
$ pwdadm -f ADMCHG user750


hopefully someone can help me.

Thank you in advance.

shoux

RE: simple script to change password on AIX 6,1

(OP)

Hi all,

finally, i got this command from Google. it work ! even though there is error message at the end.

$cat userlist.1|while read name
>do
>pwdadm -f ADMCHG $name
>done

Usage: pwdadm [-R load_module] [ -f flags | -q | -c ] user


Problem solved.

Thank you all.


shoux

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