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Identity Manager 8.0 - Configuration Guide

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Character Sets for Passwords

Use the Character classes tab to specify which characters are permitted for a password.

Table 66: Character Classes for Passwords

Property

Meaning

Min. letters

Specifies the minimum number of alphabetical characters the password must contain.

Min. number lower case

Specifies the minimum number of lowercase letters the password must contain.

Min. number uppercase

Specifies the minimum number of uppercase letters the password must contain.

Min. number digits

Specifies the minimum number of digits the password must contain.

Min. number special characters

Specifies the minimum number of special characters the password must contain.

Permitted special characters

List of permitted characters.

Denied special characters

List of characters, which are not permitted.

Max. identical characters in total

Maximum number of identical characters that can be present in the password in total.

Max. identical characters in succession

Maximum number of identical character that can be repeated after each other.

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Custom Scripts for Password Requirements

You can implement custom scripts for testing and generating password if the password requirements cannot be mapped with the existing settings options. Scripts are applied in addition to the other settings.

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Script for Checking a Password

You can implement a check script if additional policies need to be used for checking a password, which cannot be mapped with the available settings.

Syntax for Check Scripts

Public Sub CCC_CustomPwdValidate( policy As VI.DB.Passwords.PasswordPolicy, spwd As System.Security.SecureString)

With parameters:

policy = password policy object

spwd = password to test

TIP: To use a base object, take the property Entity of the PasswordPolicy class.
Example for a script for testing a password

A password cannot have '?' or '!' at the beginning. The script checks a given password for validity.

Public Sub CCC_PwdValidate( policy As VI.DB.Passwords.PasswordPolicy, spwd As System.Security.SecureString)

Dim pwd = spwd.ToInsecureArray()

If pwd.Length>0

If pwd(0)="?" Or pwd(0)="!"

Throw New Exception(#LD("Password can't start with '?' or '!'")#)

End If

End If

If pwd.Length>2

If pwd(0) = pwd(1) AndAlso pwd(1) = pwd(2)

Throw New Exception(#LD("Invalid character sequence in password")#)

End If

End If

End Sub

To use a custom script for checking a password

  1. Create your script in the category Script Library in the Designer.
  2. Edit the password policy.
    1. Select the category Base Data | Security Settings | Password policies in the Designer.

    2. Select the password policy in the List Editor.

    3. Enter the name of the script to test the password in Check script on the Scripts tab.
    4. Save the changes.
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Script for Generating a Password

You can implement a generating script if additional policies need to be used for generating a random password, which cannot be mapped with the available settings.

Syntax for Generating Script

Public Sub CCC_PwdGenerate( policy As VI.DB.Passwords.PasswordPolicy, spwd As System.Security.SecureString)

With parameters:

policy = password policy object

spwd = generated password

TIP: To use a base object, take the property Entity of the PasswordPolicy class.
Example for a script to generate a password

The script replaces the invalid characters '?' and '!' in random passwords.

Public Sub CCC_PwdGenerate( policy As VI.DB.Passwords.PasswordPolicy, spwd As System.Security.SecureString)

Dim pwd = spwd.ToInsecureArray()

' replace invalid characters at first position

If pwd.Length>0

If pwd(0)="?" Or pwd(0)="!"

spwd.SetAt(0, CChar("_"))

End If

End If

End Sub

To use a custom script for generating a password

  1. Create your script in the category Script Library in the Designer.
  2. Edit the password policy.
    1. Select the category Base Data | Security Settings | Password policies in the Designer.

    2. Select the password policy in the List Editor.

    3. Enter the name of the script to generate a password in Generation script on the Scripts tab.
    4. Save the changes.
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