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change other passwords option in windows 95 ?

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In Win 95 When i go to control panel -> passwords I am not able to access the change other passwords tab (it's grayed out) although i have logged into domain.
What could be the problem.
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Question by:anil_25
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by:Dassa
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The first thing that springs to mind is that the Administrator of the domain has set up your user account so that you can not change the password.
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anil_25,

Because that tab is not use to change other accounts' password.
If you want to cahnge other user's password, you should go to Control Panel-> Users and choose the user and click change password.
The button , change other password , is used if you , for an example , need to login a Microsoft Network or Novell Network , you may have a password. if you'd like to change that kind of password, you would click change other password button. But I think you dont have one because if your computer is connected to a intranet , the button should not be gray.

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