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Hi Guys,

We have some users permanently out of the office,
They don't get the password expired notifications from the domain.

Is there a script that we can setup on the DC server, which can notify users via e-mail of passwords about to expire?
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I have built a VB.net exe that e-mails the users and sends a report to Helpdesk of the users that will be expiring.

If you are interested please let me know
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hi Yo Bee , I am interested.. do you have a link where I can get it from ?
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I will post tomorrow
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I am send it to you via ShareFile if you want to Private Message me your e-mail
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by:Ajit Singh
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Here is a customizable PowerShell script for password expiration notification, via e-mail when their Windows Active Directory user passwords are about to expire: http://www.powershelladmin.com/wiki/Active_directory_password_expiration_notification


Windows users who logon to their system with a local logon account or a domain logon account are familiar with the password expiry notifications. These messages alert the user of password expiry in advance so that he can change it before its expiry. Get in detailed here.

Hope this helps!
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Thank you, installed / configured the script, working wonderful!
With added logged records benefit, and easy option for "test environment" ;-)
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