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RemoteApp Change Password Function - Windows 2008 R2

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I have had Remoteapp implemented for about 5 months now and one of the few issues I have had is having to manually reset passwords for our remote users. I know that one option is to have users RDP directly in to the TS to be prompted to change their password and change it from there but I really don't want to do that.

Does anyone have any other ideas? I would like to implement it into the RemoteApp login screen.

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This cannot be done, IIS 7 doesn't include the change password function unlike previous versions.

Your best option is to simply set the passwords for those accounts to never expire.
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Mmhhhh.. That is what I was afraid of however I seem to remember some people doing it through custom code. It seems so silly to me that Microsoft decided not to incorporate this functionality in to Remoteapp.
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Ok. I might give that a go. THanks
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