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OWA and AD - Require User to Change Password

Posted on 2009-04-15
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I have users overseas that only utilize OWA for resources on my network.  I have just solved the problem of them not being able to change their password in OWA. (Had to set minimum password age to 0 in Group Policy).

I want to require them to change their password every so often.  My goal was to "Require user to change password at next logon" in their AD properties.  When I select this for a test account and then go log on with that test account in OWA, instead of logging me in and prompting me to change the password, it tells me that the username and/or password is incorrect.

How can I solve this?
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What version of Exchange?
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Exchange 2007
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I had to change the minimum password age to 0 in the Default Domain GPO.  I then had to allow IIS to allow Active Server Pages for the option to require the user to change his/her password  upon next logon.
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The reason for my scoring is because I had already found those links but they weren't helping me any.  I had to do alot of further research to get to my conclusion.  I gave you the points since you did take the effort to post a link for me.
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