Specifying Password, Logon, and Lockout Policies by Using Authentication Rules
In Cisco Unity Connection, authentication rules govern user passwords and account lockouts for all user accounts. You use authentication rules to secure how users access Connection by phone, and how users access Cisco Unity Connection Administration and the Cisco Personal Communications Assistant (PCA).
For example, an authentication rule determines:
â¢The number of failed logon attempts that are allowed before an account is locked
â¢The number of minutes an account remains locked before it is reset
â¢Whether a locked account must be unlocked manually by an administrator
â¢The minimum length allowed for passwords
â¢The number of days before a password expires
Creating and Modifying Authentication Rules, and Assigning Rules to Users
Authentication rules are specified on the System Settings > Authentication Rules page in Connection Administration.
In Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition (CMBE), you use Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration to specify password and account lockout policies for phone and web-tool access, and to specify the logon policy for web-tool access for all users who access Cisco Unity Connection voice messages.
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