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Configure policies and customization for different types of users

Introduce the possibility of configuring different policies for users of different types. For example, configure different password policies for a B2B user than for a B2C user.

For these different types of users it would also be useful to be able to configure different templates (emails and pages).

  • Guest
  • May 25 2020
  • Planned for future release
  • Guest commented
    10 Dec, 2021 04:20pm

    In terms on password expiration, complexity and others; this would be of great help. Different types of accounts possess different risk levels and user behaviors, and it totally makes sense to be able to have hardened Password policies for Privileged accounts and Password policies corresponding to the risk level.

  • Guest commented
    27 May, 2020 02:46am

    Thanks for taking the time to raise this enhancement request.

    We have accepted this enhancement request, and once prioriotized for development, it should be available in a future release.

    Note: This is not a formal commitment, and IBM reserves the right to change it's plans.

    Thank you again for your suggestion and if you have any concerns or question, please don’t hesitate to email me.

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