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My understanding is the LDM just uses whatever backend for authentication that is being used on the server, so the question is how authentication is being handled on your LTSP server.

On Oct 1, 2012, at 1:22 AM, Владимир Иванович Томишинец wrote:

>> Was the user ever able to change his password after logging in?
> After reset user domain password, user unable to login through LDM, because LDM don’t support change password.
> "Ldm does not work for password expiration. An expired password cannot be updated with ldm."
> 
>> And what you you mean by "web interface IPA"?
> IPA - Red Hat Enterprise IPA (Identity & Access Management for Linux and Unix Environments)
> I reset domain user password.
> 
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> On Sep 27, 2012, at 7:54 AM, ???????? ???????? ????????? wrote:
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>> After reset user password through web interface IPA, user unable to change default password when he tries to login in ltsp-session.
> Was the user ever able to change his password after logging in? And what you you mean by "web interface IPA"?
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