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Subject: Fw: Change password
From: Conor Crowley (securityfocusCONORCROWLEY.COM)
Date: Fri Sep 01 2000 - 15:11:30 CDT
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For some reason this user ID has had its "Allow user to change password"
right revoked in User Manager.
----- Original Message -----
From: Alex The Hacker <at_hackerCHAT.RU>
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2000 3:55 PM
Subject: Change password
> If you talking 'bout Windows Network Logon, may I ask you a question?
> The problem is that I cann't change my domain password from Windows95
workstation :( I set "User must change password on next logon". After that I
tried to logon to domain from Win95 workstation. It wrote "Your password has
been exprite" (something like this) and offers me to change it. I said
"Yes!" It shows the password changing form where I
> entered my old password, new password and its confirm. But Windows 95
wrote, that I have no access! How can it be? Even if I'm trying to change
administrator password it wrotes that I have no access :-( How can I solve
this problem? I don't want to use the "net password" command.
> P/S/: Sorry for my english. It is very bad, isn't it? :-)
> P/P/S: I can't write in maillist (FOCUS-MS) directly for unexplaneable
reason. Can you forward my message there?