Changing maximum expiration days for user passwordsBy default, the passwords that are associated with all usernames created using the XOS CLI expire after 30 days. Some administrators don't want user password to expire. It is possible (but not recommended) to avoid the expiration of user passwords by using the Linux chage command.
However, if an administrator uses lowercase m (minimum days between password changes) instead of uppercase M (maximum days between password changes), future logins are blocked. If this happens, the messages below appear and the login is prevented.
When changing user maximum expiration days, instead of entering an upper case 'M', the system administrator enterd a lower case 'm' (which is minimum expiration days).
1. A user was created with maximum expiration of 1 day (by default it is of 30 days)
1. If the user is the admin:
a) Connect with root user through console and/or ssh, and change the password restriction parameters: