TS Gateway Password Reset

Here is the problem. This is well known. We currently have a 2008 Terminal Server farm using th TS Web front end component. We have Dr's that work remotely and sometimes don't log onto the network in a timely fashion. In the real world, if they logged into the Terminal Server, they would get prompted that their password was expiring and give them the ability to change it.

We use the TS Web running on a TS Gateway to allow access to our farm. So the question is, does anyone know how to get it to prompt you through the TS Gateway to change your password or is there some software that we can run on the TS Gateway or TS Web that could check to see if the users password was expiring and notify them to change it?

Thanks, any help is greatly appreciated.
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Q: Users cannot login and change their expired passwords through TS Gateway
Last modified: December 10, 2008

A: When a user's password expires or the Administrator ticks the option to force a password change on next logon, the user will not be able to connect through TS Gateway and change the password.

Unfortunately, there is no option to change expired passwords through TS Gateway. Users can only change their passwords by using direct TS (without TS Gateway) when connected to the internal network.

mikecrAuthor Commented:
I figured that, however, I've heard of a script that will notify the person via email if their AD account password is about to expire. Is anyone aware of where I can find this or an application that would do the same thing? I would really like a program that would intercept the logon through the TS Gateway, figure out if the password is expiring, and then notify the user. I'm not sure if one exists. I have found a couple things that look interesting but probably won't work.

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mikecrAuthor Commented:
Let me check these out and see if they'll work.
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