force change password for all user

while IFS=: read u x; do passwd -e "$u"; done < /etc/passwd
This assumes that te original's 'passwd -e' forces a user to change password; it doesn't in the versions I have.

2009-11-20 21:49:34

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Kaitlyn · 60 weeks and 1 day ago
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Alyssalauren · 19 weeks and 2 days ago

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