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VPN password management - ASA5520

I have password management configured on our 5520 for VPN users, and it is prompting and allowing me to change passwords.... however it seems the password change seems to not be replicating to AD.  I am able to access network resources using the old and new password.

Any ideas?

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VPN password management - ASA5520

I would check on the AD itself as the ASA is just passing the information onto the AD. If you can actually access the network resources using the new password as well, that means the change actually does happen on the AD. The fact that the old password is still accessible is something that needs to be checked on the AD itself.

Do you have a cluster of AD, and it doesn't replicate to the other AD?

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VPN password management - ASA5520

I would check on the AD itself as the ASA is just passing the information onto the AD. If you can actually access the network resources using the new password as well, that means the change actually does happen on the AD. The fact that the old password is still accessible is something that needs to be checked on the AD itself.

Do you have a cluster of AD, and it doesn't replicate to the other AD?

View solution in original post