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windows 2003 expired passwords

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Hey, have a 2003 domain controller with citrix for remote access. CLient's passwords are expiring and they are not able to get in through citrix. The message says your credentials have expired. That part is a good thing for security.
I want to know if there is a way to modify the user to change their password before they leave the office for the weekends if it is going to expire in the next three days.
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gvlob earned 250 total points
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Assuming authentication is through the domain controller, on the workstation click ctrl-alt-del and select Change Password.
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The domain security policy has a setting to prompt users x.days in advance of their password changing.  The default is two weeks.

Are these domain passwords, or Citrix passwords?

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