Here is the output. It seems strange as puppet resource user foo does not
return something about expiry. Even if it's set correctly as chage -l is
showing. Does this help?

[root@host ~]# puppet resource user foo
user { 'foo':
ensure => 'present',
comment => 'userfoo',
gid => '2111',
groups => ['group1'],
home => '/home/foo',
password => '$6$Poreu0cX$LOCKEDBYPUPPET',
password_max_age => '99999',
password_min_age => '0',
shell => '/bin/bash',
uid => '2113',
[root@host ~]# chage -l foo
Last password change : Jul 27, 2012
Password expires : never
Password inactive : never
Account expires : Jan 01, 2012
Minimum number of days between password change : 0
Maximum number of days between password change : 99999
Number of days of warning before password expires : 7

On Wednesday, October 10, 2012 8:20:52 PM UTC+2, digrouz wrote:

I'm experencing this issue on both Red Hat 5 and 6.

I'll post the output of the puppet resource user foo tomorrow when i'll be
at work.

it seems that this is an active bug:
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