User expiration

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    ptaylor
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    I’m using ZeroShell for wireless network authentication.

    I can not see a way to expire users in the current version of Zeroshell, but I do see where user certificates have an expiration date.

    Would the best way to implement this be to put a 90 day certificate out for each user (for example), then revoke/renew it for 90 days at a time?

    Just looking for the best solution to this issue…

    The lowest maintenance solution that I can think of would be to have an expiration date for the account itself, set at creation time and still have the certificate created for one year at a time.

    Paul

    #45446

    webwarrior
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    Hi,

    I think doing the limitation on the account could be a good way of doing it, and maybe you can automatically re-extend it using the startup script, to check for any account that expired, and enable them again.

    Just a thought

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