Unix Tip #4609- October 24, 2014


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UNDO HP SECURE PASSWORD FACILITY


If you have run command
pwconv to convert to secure
password and later want to undo
it, here it how;

/etc/tsconvert -r

This only for HP Unix and no
man pages for this.


This tip generously supported by: tyl@computer.org

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