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    Is there a way to disable password expiration all nodes with one command? Or do i have to go through each node to it separately?

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    upd node * passexp=0

    That should do the trick
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    set passe=9999 (or 0)
    reset passe (Use this command to reset the password expiration period to the common expiration period for administrator and client node passwords.)
    If Microsoft is the answer, I want my problem back!

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    Yeah Domino's works too as long as the nodes were'nt set individually. If the node(s) were set with a value it overrides the server setting.
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    Thanks guys that helps a lot!

    I know very little about TSM and just saw a bunch of nodes with these errors that missed backups..so trying to find a way to remedy this fast

    Coworker who handles all of this up until now just quit, and I am thrown in the midst, never really worked on backups before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domino View Post
    set passe=9999 (or 0)
    reset passe (Use this command to reset the password expiration period to the common expiration period for administrator and client node passwords.)
    By the way the "=" sign should not be there:

    set passexp 9999
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    Thanks for the correction

    Yes - must be:
    Set PASSExp 0
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