OWA does not allow Users to change their passwords "at next logon"

OWA is configured to allow users to change password and to show the "Change Password" button under options. Users can change their passwords at any time.

But when an User is set to "User must change password at next logon" , IIS shows the page shown in the attached image but when filled and Okayed, it just says "Error: Object Required".

Any clues?

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Does your server have all the updates?  This issue was resolved with service pack 1, but evidently you still have to register the iispwchg.dll.  Check out the article below, if you have installed SP1 then the part that applies to you is under more information.


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This could also be of some use.


And as suggested by Tenaj above, You would need to register the file in IIS 6.0.
Type the following command at a command prompt:
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\iisadmpwd\iispwchg.dll

Let us know if this doesn't help.

phermiAuthor Commented:
Thanks to both. Right on the money. The only step misisng was the registration fo the DLL.
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