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SonicWALL User Authentication

SonicWALL User Authentication

SonicWALL User Authentication

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I'm trying to find out if SonicWALL Pro 2040 supports the locking down of accounts after a set period of time (say 90 days).  Users should be able to access the Internet through User Level Authentication with the internal database as a reference to the usernames and passwords.  However, after 90 days, we want to lockdown the account and require the user to enter a new password (similar to LAN user accounts).  If after 30 days, the account is not updated, it is removed and the Network admin must re-enter a new account.

Is this possible?  Am I dreaming?  Is there another router that can do this (that you know of)?

Garrett Carter
CCNA

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