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IISADMPWD without Exchange OWA

Posted on 2010-11-16
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Is there any way to change a user’s password in “RD Web” on Windows 2008 R2?  I’m using RD Web and wish to give the users the ability to change their passwords when it expires.  So far I’ve only found a way for users to change it using “IISADMPWD”.  But Exchange or has to be installed.  Is there some work around?
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Can users hit CTRL + ALT + END and then the change password button should be there?

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverTS/thread/50bac455-07ea-4d49-93f1-63e7f7e85618/
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I'm looking for something that can be embedded in RD Web.  From what I've read, users won't get a 14 day warning about changing their passwords when they use RD Web.  And most clients will get confused using RDP client.
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