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How to change password for an existing user in AD using powershell

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Hello, need help with a powershell  script to change an existing  user's password in Active Directory 2003.
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Do you have a start on a script?

You can use the quest cmdlets if you do not.

set-qaduser USERNAME -userpassword 'P@ssword1'
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No start script yet
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Then I would use the quest AD cmdlets. They make it pretty easy to do tasks like this.

http://www.quest.com/powershell/activeroles-server.aspx
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