USR01 Sign On After TSS REP(USR01) PASS(*,90,EXP)


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If the command "TSS REP(USR01) PASS(*,90,EXP)" is issued, what happens the next time USR01 attempts to sign on?


USR01 will have to enter the current password, but it will be expired so he/she will be forced to change it. The new password will expire in 90 days.


Release: TOPSEC00200-15-Top Secret-Security