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Add "Password Expire" column to the User Account report

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Would be very nice to have a column in the 'User Account Report' that displays the password expiration for each user account.

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cynthia kenner-brower

It might be nice to know when your account will expire with a notice attached 10-14 days prior, however each person is responsible for their logins, so I do not think it would be good to compose a list of when others will be needing to update their account a person could intentionally schedule the user off for a few days at at renewal creating a bottleneck in the IT reset department. 

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wade miller

For our organization, even though we are using SSO, people are often getting locked out of their accounts for various reasons. Ideally, the users would not have the option to login with a non-sso account and get themselves locked out. I've seen other posts suggesting that, for SSO customers, the option to login the a non-sso account could be limited to "admin" user accounts only. I think this is also a great idea. However, until such time as ARCOS changes the login process for SSO customers, the expiration date in the User Account Report would help us to be more proactive. 

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Cameron Hoffman-Brown
Quote from wade miller

For our organization, even though we are using SSO, people are often getting locked out of their accounts for various reasons. Ideally, the users would not have the option to login with a non-sso account and get themselves locked out. I've seen other posts suggesting that, for SSO customers, the option to login the a non-sso account could be limited to "admin" user accounts only. I think this is also a great idea. However, until such time as ARCOS changes the login process for SSO customers, the expiration date in the User Account Report would help us to be more proactive. 

See Idea bank entry - https://feedback.arcos-inc.com/communities/1/topics/443-block-login-from-non-admin-accounts-when-sso-is-enabled

This covers exactly what you are suggesting