These fields may appear or not depending on the chosen library.
Enabled, if shadow passwords are being used.
Permit to use blank passwords.
If not enabled, blank passwords will be refused even if they're correct.
If enabled, uses MD5 cryptography instead the standard 'crypt'.
If enabled, uses the authentication provided by previous modules so the user won't be queried again.
The number of retries the user may have to provide a correct password.
The number of different characters the new password must have from the previous one.
Minimum size for the password plus one.
Note that some shorter passwords may be accepted too if they have extra credits (see credits options).
Maximum credits which can be given for the presence of numeric digits in the password.
Maximum credits which can be given for the presence of uppercases in the password.
Maximum credits which can be given for the presence of lowercases in the passowrd.
Maximum credits which can be given for the presence of other characters (symbols) in the passoword.
If enabled, increases the messages to go to the system log.
Full path for an alternative configuration file.
WARNING: If a different config file is user the user is responsible for difectly maintaining that file since the Modules' Settings section will only configure the standard file, not alternative ones.