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Is it possible to set changing VPN passwords with Cisco ASA?

Our remote workers use VPN to access the office, we set them up with a username and password on our Cisco ASA 5520.  Which they then use to connect via the Cisco VPN client.

At the moment the VPN account has a password that never changes.  Is there a way to force changes to the password after a set expiration period ?  

OR ... another proposed idea .. is there anyway we could implement a random password generator and matching key fob password generator to users that they have to use to look at the current (often changing) password to get in ?

Any help is most appreciated.
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
>> Is there a way to force changes to the password after a set expiration period ?

Depends on how the username and password is being presented - are they stored on local database (in the ASA), Via RADIUS (Windows IAS), or Via TACACS+?

If they are stored on the ASA then No - if thay are stored in IAS or TACACS+ then yes :)
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stemcAuthor Commented:
Thanks Pete, they are stored on the ASA only.  I'll have a read up on the other methods you metion,

regards

Ste
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
No Problem - if you want to go RADIUS/IAS theres a piece on my website :)
 http://www.petenetlive.com/Tech/Firewalls/Cisco/c2svpnRADIUS.htm
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