[HPADM] Summary: where's password stored in enhanced security (equivalent of /etc/shadow)

Thanks to Dmitriy Stoyanov & Jim Turner, their replies are appended below

Enchanced security, enable other type of store user password and save it's
in files /tcb/files/auth/*/* with creating directories by first symbol of
usernames and files in that directories by username.

so I'll backup the entire subdirectory /tcb/files/auth/... & if I want
back the old password, restore back this entire subdirectory (or possibly
one of the subdirectory that's related to this account/id


If by "enhanced security" you mean "trusted system", the passwords and lots
of other important account info is in the /tcb/files/auth/ tree. From
there, the next dir is the first letter of the account name like "r" for

# pwd

# ll
total 16
-rw-rw-r-- 1 root root 149 Nov 14 06:11 root

# cat root

On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 3:35 PM, sunhux G <sunhux@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I'm about to reset the password of a critical account (which I do
not know the current password) but I'm worried that changing
the password may affect jobs that may have hardcoded the
password somewhere.

For a non-enhanced security Unix, I would take a backup of
/etc/shadow, change the password & if there's problem with
jobs, I can always revert back to the old password by restoring
back /etc/shadow.

I do not know which jobs (if any) uses this account as I just
inherited this system.

Anyone know where in HP UX B11.23 enhanced security is
the password stored so that I can take a backup or let me
know any alternate solution/workaround to my problem here