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in aix, what is the equavalent of /etc/logindefs ?

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In aix I need to prove for a compliance report that passwords are longer than 8 char, must be changed every 90 days etc.

What file do I need ?  
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Oh, andI need it for solaris also :)

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AIX:
/etc/security/login.cfg

But don't edit this file. Use "lsuser" and "chuser"!
See the respective manpages.

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The other relevant file in AIX is /etc/security/user.
But as I wrote, don't edit these files directly.
Use
lsuser -f username to list attributes
and chuser attribute=value username to change them.

Solaris:

/etc/default/passwd is the configuration file.

Use /bin/passwd to change values.
See "man passwd" for more.

wmp

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thank you very much.
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