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Go to Users and Identity Stores > Internal Identity Stores > Users > Create/Edit
Go to "Account Disable" option and set the date as much as you want. If that option is not checked then your account should be active for ever. I haven't tested but this is what explanation says:
Check this check box to use the account disablement policy for each individual user. This option allows you to disable the user accounts when the configured date is exceeded. This option overrides the global account disablement policy of the users. This means that the administrator can configure different expiry dates for different users as required. The default value for this option is 60 days from the account creation date. The user account will be disabled at midnight on the configured date.
And you can also check "Password never expires/disable" option.
This should take care of your requirement.
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Here is the problem i can't find "Password never expires/disable" option especially one user in Acs 22.214.171.124.0.
|System Administration >||Users >||Authentication Settings-advanced -Account disable-never|
If this option is selected it applies for all users, but I want to apply this option a few users.
The new option was only added in ACS release 5.5. In prior releases needed to user a user attribute with pre-defined name to achieve the same effect