The following message shows when attempting to request a password:
"Please try again later since the post release reset from a prior non-ISA release is still processing. You may want to contact your system administrator."
This is common when the account has been requested and retrieved by a user with non-ISA rights. The password has not been changed by TPAM after a release event and therefore cannot be released to another individual.
If the issue is one account on a System, the issue may be a problem with that specific account (expired; locked; permissions). If the problem is with all accounts on a specific System, it may be an issue with the Functional Account, or the Functional Account permissions.
The TPAM administrator can manually "Reset Password" on the managed account to resolve.
The reason of the password change failure will need to be determined.
1. Check that the Automation Engine is running and that "Change" agent is Enabled, from the /admin interface | Automation Engine | Auto Mgt Agent . If it is already running, restart the agent
2. Check that the functional account permissions for the system are correct, and that the password rule setup in TPAM matches the password rules set on the target system.
3. From /tpam | Systems, Accounts, & Collections | Accounts | Manage Accounts | Listing | Select the account | Select "Logs" tab | Select the "Change Log" tab to confirm a password change was attempted. (The Change Log will show the Change Reason of "Post Release Reset".)
4. From /tpam | Systems, Accounts, & Collections | Accounts | Manage Accounts | Listing | Select the account | Select "Logs" tab | Select the "Change Agent Logs", this may give more information on the nature of the failure.
5. Check that a manual "Reset Password" on the account works, and a "Test System" on the System works.
6. Review the logs on the target system (e.g. Event Logs) at the time the password change occurred for any errors.