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KB-7269: How to force an AD user to re-authenticate for every dzdo operation

Centrify DirectControl ,  

8 August,16 at 08:31 PM

Applies to:

All versions of Centrify DirectControl on all supported platforms

Question:

Is there a way to require an AD user to re-authenticate for every operation which 
dzdo is used?

Answer:

There
dzdo.timestamp_timeout parameter in /etc/centrifydc/centrifydc.conf will specify how many minutes between operations which dzdo does not need to re-authenticate. Changing the value of dzdo.timestamp_timeout to 0 will result in AD users being prompted for re-authentication for every dzdo operation.

 

Default:
#dzdo.timestamp_timeout: 5

Change:
dzdo.timestamp_timeout: 0


Parameter can also be applied with the following group policy:
 Controlled by group policy under the settings
      "Computer Configuration"
      -> "Centrify Settings"
         -> "DirectControl Settings"
            -> "Dzdo Settings"
               -> "Set dzdo authentication timeout interval"


For additional information on the use of these parameters, please refer to our official 'Configuration and Tuning Refrence Guide' which can be found via: https://www.centrify.com/support/documentation/server-suite/#2016-planning

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