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how to let client change password after they join the domain?

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i had setup small business server 2003, setup a domain, and i had created some account, so my clients can logon on those computer that joined the domain, the problem is how can i let the client change their password without doing it on the server with the administrator account.
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Hi smantha1979,


The clients should have permission enought to do it themselves.

On a client machine press ctrl+Alt+Del and select the change password option.
They should be able to change it there.

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by:mbr1971
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Are the client workstations windows 98?

In that case they use the Passwords Icon in control panel.

Cheers
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