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2008r2 TS Users ot being prompted to change password.

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Users connecting with HP thin clients that have thin connect configured do not get the prompt to change thier password. If you change their password in AD and check require change password at next logon, they are unable to login. We are running a 2008r2 AD.
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by:digitap
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what's the model of hp thin client you are using?
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by:SuperiorIndustries
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It's a T5540. I've also be able to recreate it on a test accound using window 7 and RDP. The exact error I get on it is: You must change your password before logging on the first time. For assistance, contact your system administrator.
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by:SuperiorIndustries
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If I try to rdp from a windows 7 system and I have change password check it gives the error in my above posting.
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You configured the settings described in the link?  If you did this and it's not working, then I'm out of ideas.

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by:SuperiorIndustries
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I also loaded the newest image and it also resolved the password issue.
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Great!  Thanks for the points!
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