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Restart CDE Login Mamnager after failed login ?

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I would like to have the CDE Login Manager restart after some number of failed login attempts.
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Grab the "mon" or "wots" Perl script and configure it to monitor the CDE Login Manager's log file for whatever number of failed logins you want.  Be sure the login manager is logging failures, of course.  You can find those two and seveal other useful sysadmin scripts at:

http://reference.perl.com/query.cgi?sysadmin

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Simple enough. Thanks.
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