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changing network passwords using a Radius server for authority on a PIX 515 vpdn setup?

We are using a Pix 515 to allow Windows XP users to connect to our network via VPN using PPTP.
Currently we have them logging on locally to the PIX for authentication.
I can successfully connect the users to the PIX VPN using Windows 2003 Radius authentication.
However I must be able to allow these users to change their passwords every 42 days per regulations.
I am completely stuck, I cannot get this to work.
Is this possible or must I find another solution for VPN to allow for the password to be changed via VPN?

Thank you,
Warren
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whollinshead
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whollinshead
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rsivanandanCommented:
Unfortunately I don't think this cannot be done. The only way is for the users to change the password while they are onsite, or else you need to provide some kind of webpage where in you can capture the password and get it changed.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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whollinsheadAuthor Commented:
There in lies my biggest problem.  These users rarely if ever are in the office.  I will continue to dig deeper until I find a solution.
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rsivanandanCommented:
Yeah, I understand. Actually I've gone through this phase too and it is difficult to find an answer, if you get an answer for this then I'll also be lucky :-)

Cheers,
Rajesh
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