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Change the user's password through the command line on windows 2000

Hi folks,

Well I gotta a problem on my Windows2000 server. What I need to do is: change the user password through the command line. I have tried "net" command and many others located on %systemroot%\system32 folder, but none worked.

Does anybody have a clue???
I have access to the Administrator's Account. How can I change any user password without his/her current password?

Thanks

Edward
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EduModesto
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EduModesto
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Pete LongConsultantCommented:
Program: ResetPW.EXE: Remote Password Change Utility
http://wettberg.home.texas.net/resetpw.htm
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WerewolfTACommented:
Just to confirm, you tried the command as shown below while logged in as an administrator with rights to change domain passwords, such as a domain admin?

net user username newpassword /domainname

If it's not the user's domain password and is instead a local account, you have to be at the computer in question and type the above without the /domainname.  Otherwise, you should be able to run that command from anywhere on the domain.
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Alien3Commented:
http://www.computerhope.com/nethlp.htm


also you can delete sam files and reboot  I think
use windows boot disk :)

bootdisk.com

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