At a customer we have our WAAS appliances enabled for Radius authentication (via via to Active Directory). The authentication it self works. But when the AD password policy requests users to change credentials the AD accounts start locking-out.
We found out that CM is pushing user accounts to the appliances. When saving the account to the CLI config the appliance, the appliance does a radius authentication request. Because CM is configured with old/expired passwords this action locks our accounts quickly (100+ appliances).
How can we fix this? Can we configure the system not to store our old accounts and push them out to the remote appliances??
We see the following passing in the logs for every user every once in a while.
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