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Can't access \\Server, Your password has expired

Posted on 2004-10-19
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When I select the "User must change password at next logon" option under windows server 2003 and I try to logon with a windows 98 PC and type the old password I get a "Password expired" dialog.

If I type a new password then a "Incorrect password" dialog apears.

How do I change the password in the windows 98 PC?
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Where should I do this (On the server? On the W98 PC?):

"Now, Go to Network properties and make all users to autheticate from domain, the logon screen must show:"
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I think they mean after installing dsclient that's how you configure it on the 98 client.
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I think so, but where do I open "Network properties"?
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You can right click on Network Neighborhood and select Properties
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Why the grade of C?  Did I do something wriog?
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