AD 2003 User can not change his/her password

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Ohio, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. Ohio

    Ohio Guest

    I have created a couple of users and specified "Users must change password
    at next logon". Now when the user is prompted to change his/her password
    after changing it, they are being told they do not have enough rights to
    change their password. Can someone help me with this pls.
     
    Ohio, Feb 22, 2006
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  2. Ohio

    Neil Ruston Guest

    Have the users been granted rights to change their own passwords? Has SELF
    the correct rights to read and change password?

    neil
     
    Neil Ruston, Feb 22, 2006
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  3. Ohio

    Ohio Guest

    In SELF properties I already have selected change password and read. Need you
    help again, thank you very much for your good support.
     
    Ohio, Feb 22, 2006
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  4. Ohio

    Neil Ruston Guest

    Full permissions required by SELF:

    Read (all properties)
    Read permissions
    Change password
    Receive As
    Send As
    Read a/c restrictions
    Write personal
    Write phone and mail
    Write web

    Have you tried to troubleshoot ? Does this affect all, userrs? One user? A
    group of users? What is the error received?

    neil
     
    Neil Ruston, Feb 22, 2006
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  5. Ohio

    Ohio Guest

    Permission has already setup, except Read permissions which I can not see it.
    I check the information from AD users and computers--User Object--Security
    tab, not sure the same way you do. This issue effects with all users, error:
    "Failed to change Password. Please try again.".

    In addition I have try to manual change the password (Ctrl+Alt+Del,,Change
    password) but it does not work. The message displayed "Passwords for all
    selected resources were successfully changed" but I can not logon with new
    password (old password is ok).

    Please help me again.
     
    Ohio, Feb 23, 2006
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