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Easy tool to change BSD password.

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Hello,

I am looking to find a tool or some HTML code (that I can embed into the Intranet) that will allow users on the LANs to be able to change their own password on the FreeBSD box. They will not be comfortable with logging directly into the box and doing it the "traditional" way. Webmin is installed on the server so I can lock that down some and have them change it that way I suppose.

Thanks in advance.
Greg
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Take a look at Usermin: http://www.webmin.com/ustandard.html
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Thankyou. It put me on the right path.
Cheers,
Greg
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