How to reset domain user password ?

Hi ,
I have a domain user and i am authorized to login to a virtual machine , password is expired and i am not able to login.
how can i reset my password because if i try to login and put CTRL+ALT+DEL then it gives options for my local machine rather than that vm.

please help
Neeraj JhaAsked:
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themrrobertCommented:
When you go to the change password screen via CTRL+ALT+DEL, change the username to DOMAIN\Username and try that

(replace DOMAIN with the actual domain name)
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Reset your account using the Active Directory Users and Computers Console.

Then you will be able to log back in.

You can also choose to reset with a temp password or a password.

Will.
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McKnifeCommented:
When a pw has expired, you are able to set it right at the logon prompt. if your virtual machine won't let you do this, please describe what you see after being told it has expired.
You can also reset domain accounts in the active directory users and computers snapin, of course, but any domain admin would know that - you don't have that management console, right?
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Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
Hi,
do ALT+CTRL+INSER
INSER instead of DEL to do this inside the VM. If it is VMware...
But not sure to fully understand what you want.. As if your password is only expired when you login the system will tell you to change it and that's it..
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Neeraj JhaAuthor Commented:
Mr Tortur, i would like to try your solution.
actually my password is about to expire and i want to reset it, i dont have admin rights so can't open active directory console.
let me try all these option because when i try to reset my password from vm it do not give me password reset prompt.
I am able to login so how can i reset my password if i am domain user.
any way to reset it from command prompt ?
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Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
Using Virtual PC there is an Actions Menu from which you can select Ctrl+Alt+Del

In an RDP session the keystroke is Ctrl+Alt+End
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Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
If you are logged on the domain with your account you just have to press ALT+CTLR+DEL (or INS inside a VM, or with actions menu as told by Pony10us) and select change password.
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Mr TorturSystem EngineerCommented:
If you cannot log into the domain with this account, and don't have access to AD console, you cannot do it as far as I know.
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Neeraj JhaAuthor Commented:
CTRL+ALT+END worked
Thanks Pony10us for the suggestion
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Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
Happy to be of service.  :)
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