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Password never Expires for all the Current users has to be unchecked.

Posted on 2008-10-28
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Hi,

Password never Expires for all the Current users has to be unchecked.
How can i do this. Any script or an inbuilt way of doing this.
All users in an OU.

Regards
Sharath
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Open AD users and Computers
go to that OU, select all users like you would select files, right click , properties.
On the account tab you may untick that option
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Oops thats what happens when i dont have an AD when i post Questions... :-)
Ok hope its that easy.. Shall check in the morning and post back...
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That is the way to do it. You if you wanted to do it via script you could also have used.

Dsquery user -samid * | DSmod user -pwdneverexpires no
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