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    Password settings

    Is there any way I can add something to the logon script to set the account password to "does not change"?

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    More info?

    If using AD go on the account tab and tick user cannot change password and password never expires

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    Thats an active directory attribute, you can use something like admodify to change it for a load of users in one go.

    Ben

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    Sorry, I should have said I need to do it for 600 accounts so rather not reset each one individually.

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    As Dom said but select all your users (either in the OU or run a query) Right click, properties etc etc

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    Admodify did the trick. Great tool - thanks.

    I'm still climbing the slippery slope on the AD learning curve. I didn't realise you could select multiple user properties. Thanks for that info as well.



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