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Customize OWA password change page

Posted on 2006-10-24
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We recently set up Password changes via OWA.  Password changes are working but I was wondering if there is a way to customize the page.  User need to enter domainname\username at the account field and many do not realize this is what need to be done.  I would like to add a note or an example on the page so they know to do that.  
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LeeDerbyshire earned 125 total points
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The password change page is called aexp2b.asp , and is located in C:\Windows\System32\Inetsrv\iisadmpwd , but to make things easier, the displayed text is contained in a file named text.asp in the same folder.  Back up the text.asp file, then open it in notepad.  Look for the line that says

Const L_Account_Text = "Account"

You could change this to

Const L_Account_Text = "Domain\Username"

By the way, there is already an input box for the Domain - are you sure that they need to also enter the Domain name into the Account field?
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by:shawn_patti
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The domain box is not available to users whose passwords have already expired...I followed your instructions and it worked.  Thank you for the help
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