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Cisco Call Manager 7.1.5.  How do I bulk uncheck, "User Must Change at Next Login"

Posted on 2010-11-14
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Cisco Call Manager 7.1.5.

  - How do I bulk uncheck, "User Must Change at Next Login" and check "Does Not Expire"?

Thanks so much for your time in advance!
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Bulk Administration
  Users -- Reset Password/PIN
  Find the users you want (blank search means all users)
    [Next ]
   [ ] User Must Change at next Login
   [x] Does not expire
 Select the appropriate Authentication Rule (Default Credential Policy?)

 Make sure you check the default policy
 User Management
  Credential Policy Default Configuration
  [ ] User Must Change at Next Login
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by:kblumen
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wow that is perfect! thank you!  Is there anyway to do it without having to update everyone's PIN at the same time?  it seems to require a new pin..
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