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Which UserPrincipal property to set after enabling an AD user account so that user have to change the log in password?

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Hi, I'm using VS2012.

In my code, after enabling a disabled user account, I also set the password to a default password.  Which attribute and how to set it so that user would need to change their password after they log in?

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Hi,

You should be setting pwdLastSet to 0. Please refer following article for more information.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee198797.aspx
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Check User must change password at next logon

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Performing this by code.
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