Unrelated question and probably worthy of a new post: Any way to view a user's session on a client computer? 0 QCH Ancient Guru Chicago Area - USA Icrontian Apr 2009 Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. For each user in active directory, i check the "user cannot change password" option within the account properties. This worked for me. -Jimmy Tuesday, March 08, 2011 2:09 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote @Jimmy, I am not sure if you understood my last posting based
It's now fixed. It was set to never expires and no one can change it. Proper use of the password settings helps to prevent the success of a brute force attack." Source: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc264456.aspx share|improve this answer answered Aug 20 '13 at 3:16 Austin ''Danger'' Powers 57241337
Proposed as answer by Jimmy Colorado Thursday, January 13, 2011 5:50 PM Tuesday, November 16, 2010 11:34 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Password Policies are set on Policy is being applied to the computer/user. My cat sat on my laptop, now the right side of my keyboard types the wrong characters How is Anti Aliasing Implemented in Ray Tracing? User Cannot Change Password Windows 7 When this policy setting is enabled, users must create strong passwords to meet the following minimum requirements: Passwords cannot contain the user's account name or parts of the user's full name
When a user tries to change their password using control-alt-delete -> change password, they're getting a "Unable to update the password. Domain User Cannot Change Password Monday, November 09, 2009 6:41 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm having a similar problem. Hi Rainy - Yes, I can change password in the AD MMC. For the password to never expire I would think the maximum age would be indefinite.
The Account Name and Full Name are parsed for delimiters: commas, periods, dashes or hyphens, underscores, spaces, pound signs, and tabs. User Cannot Change Password Group Policy Tuesday, March 08, 2011 8:27 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had the same problem. Server/Domain Controller Migration to 2012R2 Migrating various print, file, and domain controller servers from server 2000/2003 to 2012R2 across 3 sites. Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Copy an entire Active Directory Domain to a dev environment 3 45 7d Deleting Snapshot 10 60 18d restrict users from ODBC useage 5
I did a gpupdate /force on the DC, and ran net accounts, and it is still displaying a 30 day minimum age. –newevox Aug 20 '13 at 14:52 add a comment| The value provided for the new password does not meet the length, complexity, or history requirements of the domain0Password policy in Active Directory - inactivation of complexity without effect3The password on User Cannot Change Password Complexity Requirements Domain Controllers (which are computers) read this policy and apply the settings to domain user objects. User Cannot Change Password Attribute Does Intel sell CPUs in ribbons?
However, when targetting DOMAIN USERS, you can only have ONE domain password policy, and it MUST be linked to the domain object. this content Hope it helps. will be refused, even if it looks a bit complex !! You should investigate as to whether you have such things in your environment (they would be installed on the DCs) and if they are, either determine what is wrong with them, Domain User Cannot Change Password Access Denied
Login. Unable To Change Your Network Provider Password And the second link is about Vista. If the maximum password age is set to 0, the minimum password age can be any value between 0 and 998 days.
Icrontic › All Discussions › Science & Tech Talk to Us Twitter @icrontic Facebook Page IRC Channel Steam Group The 5¢ Tour About Us Our Epic History Team Fortress 2 Battlefield Sorry, I didn't include any of the environment details : Svr 2k8R2 DC, clients Win7 & a few XPs. The GPO containing the password policies, MUST be linked to the domain object level. Domain Users Cannot Change Password Server 2008 R2 If you want to alter domain users password policy, you'd have to do it via default domain policy or gpedit.msc on DC itself. 0 Sonora OP Lee Cripps
As an example Windows 2012R2 is used. Wednesday, October 06, 2010 4:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am having this issue with a 2008 environment. The computer is in contact with the domain controllerand the user isn't locked out. http://rinfix.com/cannot-change/user-cannot-change-password-active-directory-2008.html Hitachi ID Systems publishes one such component (which queries a remote server to check whether the password meets the rules set out there); when such a plugin rejects the password it
Make sure there are no conflicting password policies between Default Domain Policy and local policy of domain controller (gpedit.msc on DC) - both of them can be used to setup password I found this post on TechNet, but as the computers are joined - mostly wired - to the networks, I want to gather some opinions before adjusting policies.