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Assuming it's mapped correctly, when the IBMi pwd changes you get disabled.
Our Windows passwords expire after x days. Users get plenty of notice. When they change their Windows passwords their IBM i passwords are automatically changed to match by using IBM's Security Identity Manager. Users are strongly encouraged to reboot after changing their Windows passwords. This stops most of the NetServer issues.
Is it flawless? No. But it's pretty darn good. We did have a systems user who had an issue while changing his Windows password while connected via VPN that did not get propagated. Although it worked for me. I probably need to track down how he was connected via VPN and ensure that whatever domain controller that connected to for authentication has an ISIM agent.

Rob Berendt

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