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Is there a way to implement automatic password expiration for umbraco *users* (not members, just the 'back-end' users)? I understand the back end doesn't use ASP.NET membership, and I haven't found any other discussion of the issue.
I have same question, do you have the answer?
Same here, any solutions yet?
I also need an answer on this, our client has strict rules around password expiry, and this may be a deal breaker if I cannot do this!
Perhaps this blogpost from Bo Mortensen could provide some inspiration? Even though it's from 2010 the concepts may still be valid even though some API's may have changed during the years.
I did this, it wasn't that hard. Create a property/field for the user's last password changed date, and then on the login page, handle the login success and check if the user's password is old enough to warrant him being kicked out or forced to change his password
I did it manually back then.
I had to keep a property called something like LastPasswordChangeDate, and after logging in check that it was not too long ago.
Try it out.
Thanks David, did you do this for back office "Users" i.e. content editors, as it sounds like you might be referring to site "Members" ?
Hi Chris, yeah it was for normal member login. Sorry I miss read the question, but I ended up here thinking it was for users/members.
Did we find any soultion for this?
any solutions were found, guys?
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