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Intruder logout in Solaris

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Can anyone knows where I can find something like Intruder Logout in Novell / NT function in Solaris??

TIA.
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There is no functionality like that in Solaris. The closest thing is the admintool that lets you set min days to change password, max days to change password, and max days the account can be inactive.
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