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HT3422 Is the dsconfigad -passinterval X command supported in OS 10.8 ?

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Is the dsconfigad -passinterval command supported in OS 10.8?

iMac, OS 10.8
  • BDAqua Level 10 Level 10 (114,825 points)

    Hello, not on 10.8 for several hours, but in Terminal try...

     

    man dsconfigad

     

    See if it's listed there...

     

    NAME

         dsconfigad -- retrieves/changes configuration for Directory Services

         Active Directory Plugin.

     

    SYNOPSIS

         dsconfigad -h

         dsconfigad -show [-lu username] [-lp password]

         dsconfigad [-f] [-a computerid] -domain fqdn -u username [-p password]

                    [-lu username] [-lp password] [-ou dn] [-status]

         dsconfigad -r -u username [-p password] [-lu username] [-lp password]

         dsconfigad [-lu username] [-lp password] [-mobile enable | disable]

                    [-mobileconfirm enable | disable]

                    [-localhome enable | disable] [-useuncpath enable | disable]

                    [-protocol afp | smb] [-shell value] [-uid attribute | -nouid]

                    [-gid attribute | -nogid] [-ggid attribute | -noggid]

                    [-preferred server | -nopreferred]

                    [-groups "group1,group2,..." | -nogroups]

                    [-alldomains enable | disable]

                    [-packetsign allow | disable | require]

                    [-packetencrypt allow | disable | require]

                    [-passinterval value] [-namespace forest | domain]

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