I'm aware of that option, but it's not what I'm looking for.
With the old ACS I could configure that a account is disabled at 2010/12/31 for example. With the option you've mentioned I have always to calculate how many days must pass till date X. We often have to configure accounts with fixed expiration days, so this would be much more complicated (and error-prone) than the method with setting an expiration date.
I see what you're saying: you'd like to set a specific date for the password expiration, instead of specifying how many days the password will still be valid. Unfortunately that is not available in ACS 5.x. If you have an account team, you can ask them to request a feature for you.
I also noticed that not even this method you suggested first is usable.
For local users (regular users vs. Administrators), you can configure the password expiration on the ACS Web GUI as follows:
System Administration - Users - Authentication Settings - Advanced tab - under Password Lifetime: Disable user account after x days .... , and "Display reminder after x days.
This setting cannot be done per user, so it's not really an option.
I'm getting more and more disappointed of ACS 5.x...this is really a basic requirements, cannot believe something like that is not implemented. Same with FTP-Backup where you can't specify the FTP-Server Port...but that's another story...
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