Change my network administrator password?

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-06-21

I am running SBS2003. I need to change my network administrator password. Do I do that in AD? I can't seem to find it. Any help would be appreciated. Cheers!
Question by:bbiit
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    yes, ad users and computer, although sbs has a management console to make it simpler to do. I think it is called server adminstration, then there is a users tab under there. Another way to access ad users and computers is to run dsa.msc from the command line. Then, just search for that adminstrator account from the top level of your ad tree (rt click on your domain name, choose find)

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    Thanks. Cheers!

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