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How do you enable "user must change password at next login" in Active Directory?

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I'm currently trying to change the password of a user in active driectory.  I want to check the tick box that allows them to change password at next log-in.  Its currently disabled (ghosted out) and I cannot find where I need to activate or renable the option.  Where do I do this?
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also check to see if "user cannot change password" is also selected. they are mutally exclusive
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