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The Password Change Page

The password change page is a popular tool that allows the creation, deletion, deactivation, and reactivation of MS Windows networking users on the local machine. You can also use this tool to change a local password for a user account.

When logged in as a non-root account, the user must provide the old password as well as the new password (twice). When logged in as root , only the new password is required.

One popular use for this tool is to change user passwords across a range of remote MS Windows servers.

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