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How do I change the Remote Access password?

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Just wondering how to change the Remote Access password on SBS2003?

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each user uses their std domain username & password for remote access to RWW on SBS.

Provided they are a member of the Remote Access group.
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If you are referring to changing the built-in Administrators account password, then you would do that by logging into the server with that account and entering CTRL-ALT-DEL on the server (or if you are currently connected via a remote session use CTRL-ALT-END) and then clicking the "Change Password..." button.

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