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How to change the automatic "Password Expiry Reminder" message

Posted on 2011-03-04
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External Domain Account Users accessing our domain through a Citrix Server.  Their password is expiring and we have a Password Generator Program on that Citrix Server.  I need to change the password expiry reminder message from "Change your Password      YES or NO"  How can I do that????  Changing the message to direct them to click "NO" and to Click on the Password Generator Program.  The users will login to the Password program and select a new password.  When they "SAVE" the password it also changes Active Directory.    
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Sadly you cannot change this password notification box, it is a system generated message and it's not customizeable.
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How can I work around this window?  
What can I do via PowerShell (for a Window2003 DC)  to find out when the user's password is about to expire?  So, I can email iinstructions to use the Password Generator.
Thanks in advance!
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