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How to set password expiration date ( SOLARIS)

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Hi, I would like to set a password expiration date for a specific user.
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System Wide -

under /etc/default

#vi passwd

#ident "@(#)passwd.dfl 1.3 92/07/14 SMI"
MAXWEEKS=8
MINWEEKS=
PASSLENGTH=8
WARNWEEKS=6


Per user -

passwd -x -1 <user_name>


the -1 will turn it off put in the number you want
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