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Hi,

I am developing some JSP/oracle - based applications, but we also have NT accounts
at our company.  I am trying to investigate if we can use a common authentication
scheme for these applications.

I know it is possible to authenticate an NT user from java using LDAP....
but is it possible to change passwords given the two scenarios below :
     the user knows original pass but wants to change it
     the user has forgotten the pass and wants to reset it

Thanks
Damian
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Anybody?

I'm not asking for code (yet!, another question), I just need
to know if this is possible.

Cheers,
Damian
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you can use LDAP for common authentication.

the two scenario's given by you is quite possible to do.

mb...

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Great!

Would you be willing to post some code if I create another question?
500pts.

Cheers,
Damian
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