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OpenAM by Indira Thangasamy

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Configuring account lockout

In the default OpenSSO configuration, the user account lockout feature is disabled by default. This feature can be enabled using the administrative console or the ssoadm command line tool. From the console, navigate to Access Control | (Top Level Realm) | Authentication | All Core Settings. Then enable account lockout by checking the box as shown in the following screenshot:

Configuring account lockout

When enabled, e-mail notifications are sent to administrators regarding any account lockouts as well as those recorded by the Logging Service. In order to get the e-mail notification, the administrator must configure the SMTP server name and port ...

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