Re: Can't Change Passwords at WinXP Pro machines in a W2k AD Domain

From: Flávio Pereira (
Date: 09/20/03

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    Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 19:38:36 -0300 (ART)
    To: Patricia Viana <>,

       Hello for all,
       Check if there is a Group Policy of minimal time to
    change passwords, because this policy determine how
    much time of life before to be changed.

     --- Patricia Viana <>
    escreveu: > Hi.
    > I'm the network administrator for a medium sized
    > company and we have a
    > Win2k AD Domain. Our client computers runs Win2000
    > Pro and WinXP Pro.
    > I would like to know if anyone could help me out
    > with this:
    > . Users can't change their password on any of the
    > XP machines;
    > . Administrators can't change their password on any
    > of the XP
    > machines!
    > . I can only change passwords for WinXP local SAM
    > users !!
    > . The error message is something like this: "You
    > don't have
    > sufficient privilege to change your password at the
    > moment".
    > . The same users and administrators are able to
    > change their
    > password on any Win2000 Pro machines.
    > Hope someone has lived trought this or can have a
    > clue on what is going
    > on here.
    > Best Regards,
    > Patricia Viana.
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