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Unable to change password on one User account

Posted on 2012-12-21
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Here is the issue that I am facing.  I am running a SBS 2003 machine with about 40 to 50 users.  I have ONE user that I cannot make any account changes for on the General, Address, Account and profile pages, they are grey scaled.  Above that issue I cannot make any Password changes from the server for her.  She has been successful making changes from her system, but of course if she ever leaves I want to be able to do it from the server.  I know that at one point she was part of the Administrators Group.  That might be a hint to someone.  

Thanks in advance.
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Alan Hardisty earned 500 total points
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I would use ADSIEDIT (very carefully), to make sure her account permissions include Inherited permissions as it sounds like a security issue, but not seen it happen before.

Download the Support Tools which includes ADSIEDIT (if you haven't already) and check the inheritance:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15326

Alan
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Thank you very much that worked!  I hope I never have that issue again...or if I do...I know what to do!  Thanks again.
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