If you are asking whether the system will proactively expire the password based upon expiration date, the answer is no. Instead, the system determines - during the sign-on process - how many days remain before expiration, and takes action accordingly. I am not aware of any circumstance under which the system will disable a password simply due to expiration.

If I misunderstood, I apologize.

fbocch2595@xxxxxxx wrote:

Hi Folks, if the PWDEXPITV of a password is set to 30 days on day
31...does a CP audit entry get generated? I'm trying to find out when
a usrprf was disabled b4 it expired. I changed the usrprf last week
but didn't check to see when it had expired.
Thanks, Frank

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