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Windows Server 2008 Thread, Allowing staff to change student passwords in Technical; Originally Posted by Steve_T Sorry for dragging up an old thread. I have finally got round to giving this a ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_T View Post
    Sorry for dragging up an old thread.

    I have finally got round to giving this a go this morning and must say im actually quite impressed. One quick question however, is there a way to removed all other AD permissions and just leave reset password. Currently if i right click on a user i get the option to delete etc.
    That should change once you setup the "Delegate control" on the OU, doesnt it?

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    Alternatively, do it in PHP on the webserver. We have a full web-based gui with autocomplete that runs from PHP using the adldap class to allow staff to reset passwords. ( adLDAP - LDAP Authentication with PHP for Active Directory )

    Has the bonus of being able to work over mobile devices / Mac / PC / any device with web access.

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