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Changing user password directly in Active Directory domain.

Hi,

Need configuration assistance.

I had configured Active Directory user database in ACS SE 1113 running 4.1(1).

Just as UCP for ACS, allow user to change password for internal database of ACS, i want let user change password directly in Active Directory through web page just as UCP offer.

Can UCP be configured for this or is there any other way to complete this?

Pls let me know.

Thanks!

Regards,

Kamal

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Re: Changing user password directly in Active Directory domain.

Kamal,

No, UCP can only be used for acs internal database password change and it cannot be set up to work with AD.

With AD you do have a option for using mschap-v2 but this will let user to change pwd when expired.

Like UCP we dont have any similar tool for AD.

Hope that helps !

~JG

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Re: Changing user password directly in Active Directory domain.

TRY THIS>

http://www.greyware.com/software/domainpassword/

Domain Password is a 32-bit Windows NT4/2K/XP/2003/Vista CGI program to let users securely change their Windows Domain/Active Directory passwords using their web browser. Password change pages can be completely customized and made available on your intranet or the Internet.

Extremely simple for both the end user and administrator.

No HTML to write or maintain (unless you want to)

No registry entries to edit

Generates a log of all successful and failed attempts

Here's a sample log file: dompass.log

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