Etc Default Login

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Last updated 13 Oct, 2021
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To log in to sco Portal, follow these steps.
  1. Go to the Etc Default Login Portal Page via “sco”.
  2. Use your login credentials for the Etc Default Login Portal
  3. If you have a problem reaching out to the Etc Default Login Portal or making a login, check the Troubleshoot section.
http://uw714doc.sco.com/en/SM_basics/etc_default_login.html

/etc/default/login. This file may contain the following parameters that define a user's login environment: ALTSHELL Alternate shell status available to users (``yes'' or ``no''). CONSOLE Root login allowed only at the console terminal. DISABLETIME Number of seconds to sleep after a failed login. HZ Number of clock ticks per second. IDLEWEEKS

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https://www.thegeekdiary.com/understanding-etclogin-defs-file/

The /etc/login.defs file provides default configuration information for several user account parameters. The useradd, usermod, userdel, and groupadd commands, and other user and group utilities take default values from this file. Each line consists of a directive name and associated value.

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https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19455-01/805-6331/security-2/index.html

/etc/default/login. Controls system login policies, including root access. The default is to limit root access to the console. /etc/default/passwd. Controls default policy on password aging /etc/default/su. Controls which root (su) access to the system will be logged and where it will be displayed

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https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/solaris-8-security/1578702704/1578702704_ch04lev1sec3.html

/etc/default/login The /etc/default/login file is login’s configuration file. Not much in a UNIX system is more important than login. The configuration settings should be set to values that would make … - Selection from Solaris 8 Security [Book]

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https://community.hpe.com/t5/System-Administration/etc-default-password/td-p/3607034

Hi All, in SCO Machines there is a file /etc/default/password that contains the information about the length and aging of user passwords and the availability of the passwd command for changing user passwords like MINWEEKS, MAXWEEKS, PASSLENGTH, WARNWEEKS, LOGIN_ONLY. Is there some such file n HP-U...

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https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19455-01/806-1387/a08paswd-1/index.html

The /etc/defaults/passwd File. The /etc/defaults/passwd file is used to set four general password defaults for users whose nsswitch.conf file points to files.The defaults set by the /etc/defaults/passwd file apply only to those users whose operative password information is taken from /etc files; they do not apply to anyone using either NIS maps or NIS+ tables.

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https://askubuntu.com/questions/429592/what-is-the-purpose-of-etc-default

In Debian, /etc/default/ is a directory of mostly empty files. The way it is meant to work is that each /etc/init.d/test script first sources /etc/default/test before starting/stopping the test service. The purpose of the file is to provide extra options for starting the service, …

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https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/ssw_aix_72/security/passwords_etc_passwd_file.html?origURL=ssw_aix_72/com.ibm.aix.security/passwords_etc_passwd_file.htm

AIX® does not store encrypted passwords in the /etc/passwd file in the way that UNIX systems do, but in the /etc/security/passwd 1 file by default, which is only readable by the root user. The password filed in /etc/passwd is used by AIX to signify if there is a password or whether the account is blocked.

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https://gmtplanet.llbean.com/PlanetETC/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fplanetetc%2fdefault.aspx

Forgot your password? Call the Help Desk at (207) 552-6662 or ext 26662 and ask to have your Employee Time Center (ETC) password reset. If you have other ETC questions, please contact Distribution Workforce Planning Help, phone: (207) 552-7142 or ext 27142.

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Troubleshoot

If you have any problem while entering the Etc Default Login Portal, troubleshoot as below.

  1. Make sure the Caps Lock is turned off.
  2. Delete any cookies and cache in your web browser.
  3. Make sure your internet is active and you are connected to the Internet before attempting again.
  4. Avoid using VPN.
  5. Following these instructions will help you with your forgotten password.
  6. You can contact us if you still have trouble accessing your account. We will contact you soon to resolve the issue.