Our site is using LDAP authentication to an Active Directory which requires a password be changed periodically. Whenever someone changes their password it is temporarily out of sync with the cahced values in JIRA that respond with an incorrect password or user error message. I'd like to be able to find all of the users that are locked, but I don't see any means to filter on this in the User Management screen. Does anyone know of a UI method or a SQL query that could isolate user accounts that are locked?
Try the "cwd_user_attributes" table in the database. In the "attribute_name" column, look for values like: login.currentFailedCount, requiresPasswordChange, password.reset.request.expiry, and password.reset.request.token
I'm no DBA, but here's a MySQL query I use to get all login related details:
SELECT u.id, u.display_name, u.user_name, u.email_address, u.created_date, u.active, a.attribute_name, a.attribute_value FROM
cwd_user u, cwd_user_attributes a WHERE
u.id = a.user_id ORDER BY display_name ASC
Hope this helps or leads you in the right direction,
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