Use this tab to specify Oracle account names, account authentication values, and passwords for the Oracle account template.
The fields in this tab are listed below:
* Required field
Specifies the name of the Oracle account. You can use a rule string to define the Oracle account name.
Size: 30 characters maximum.
* Required field
Specifies the authentication value of the account when this account template is used to create an account. Values can be:
For example, an Oracle system has the login name of BOB stored on it. The system that you are running on is a UNIX machine, which has a user name CAROL. On the Oracle system:
If a user logs into an Oracle system as TED, the user must enter TED's password. If a user tries to log in as ROBERT, the external authentication service performs actions for the user known to that service as BOB. If a user tries to login as CAROL, it fails unless the user who entered the command is CAROL also.
Specifies the global ID that corresponds to the Oracle account.
Specifies the password for the account if the LOCAL authentication value is chosen. The password can also be a rule string.
Confirms the account password.
*For Accounts Only
Restrictions: Single-byte characters only.
Specifies that any account created from this account template will be expired when first started. Users will have to reset the password the first time they use the password.
The Expire Password checkbox is available only when you use Local authentication.
When checked, specifies that the account is locked.
When checked, specifies that the account is an exception account.
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