password issue - can't change at client - can change at server

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Pedro Leite, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. Pedro Leite

    Pedro Leite Guest

    Good morning.

    sbs 2k3, w 2k client

    my user password is expiring, so when i login, i get a warning to change the
    password. if i do, the password is not accepted, duo to the enforced
    complexity rules.
    however, i can change to the exact same password, at the server, under the
    active directory users and computers mmc.

    why is this happening and how can i fix it ?
    thank you

    Pedro Leite From Portugal
     
    Pedro Leite, Apr 19, 2006
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  2. Pedro Leite

    Pedro Leite Guest

    good morning.

    thank you for your interest

    i am receiving this warning, both at login time and when using owa.
    using the exact same password, that is accepted at the server active
    directory users mmc.
    i will try your suggestions and post back the results

    Pedro Leite
     
    Pedro Leite, Apr 20, 2006
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  3. Hello Pedro,

    Thank you for keeping in touch. I will waiting for your information and
    provide further help on this problem. It's always our pleasure to be of
    assistance.

    Have a great day.

    Best Regards,

    Steven Zhu
    MCSE
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