PDBEDIT

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I used command with pdbedit -P "user must logon to change password" -C 2  command but problem is now asks every time changin passw and every login:))))))
How can i stop it?
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ajay_mhasalCommented:
HI,

Now run following command to disable it.

pdbedit -P "user must logon to change password" -C 0

Alternatively you can set "minimum password age" policy as follows

pdbedit -P "minimum password age" -C 100000  

In the above command value 100000 is  in seconds.



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linuxdebianAuthor Commented:
perfeckt thank you so much.

How can i see all  PDBEDIT running processes ? and how can i use PDBEDIT command for only one user?(exmp:i want only one xp user change its password not all xp computers)

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linuxdebianAuthor Commented:
perfek
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linuxdebianAuthor Commented:
I am so sorry but that password change screen again comes out.:((((

YOUR PASSWORD EXPEIRED .........

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