Certain rules for passwords can be defined in the etcd of the CES. These rules must be observed in User Management when set passwords in the User Management.
Configuration of password rules in etcd
Specifically, it can be configured whether a password must contain certain characters and what the minimum length of a password must be.
With the value
true the respective rule can be activated for the following entries.
/config/_global/password-policy/must_contain_capital_letter- specifies whether the password must contain at least one capital letter.
/config/_global/password-policy/must_contain_lower_case_letter- specifies whether the password must contain at least one lowercase letter.
/config/_global/password-policy/must_contain_digit- specifies if the password must contain at least one digit
/config/_global/password-policy/must_contain_special_character- indicates whether the password must contain at least one
For uppercase letters this includes the umlauts
Ü, for lowercase letters it includes the umlauts
ü and the
ß. Special characters are all characters that are neither uppercase letters, lowercase letters nor
The minimum length of the password can be configured via the entry
numeric integer value must be entered here. If no value is entered or a non-integer value is set, the minimum length is
The values are used by the CAS after a restart.
It should be noted that these values cannot be configured via
cesapp edit-config usermgt, as they are global values.
These values are valid for the entire CES and are therefore not Dogu-specific.