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Force existing accounts to change their passwords

Posted on 2006-07-24
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I have just enabled the domain password policy to tighten up security on the network. How can I be sure that all users have changed their passwords? Do I need to change each user account or is their a simpler way of doing his?
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Load Active Directory Users and Computers.
Click the OU that holds all your users.
Select all users (CTRL-A)
Right click the highlighted user
Click Properties
Select the Account TAB
Select the User must change password at next logon and click Ok.

This will batch modify all users selected.
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