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  • Finding all users who must change password

    New to Hyena, and want to see if it can do this - I'd like to get a report of all users in the domain whose accounts are flagged that they must change password on next logon. Can I do that? Thanks!

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    Re: Finding all users who must change password

    If this is for Windows 2000, this is determined by the PwdLastSet field. If there is a (None) in that field, the User Must Change Password At Next Logon will be checked.

    You can see this field by right-clicking on All Users and choosing Tabular Views->Users(Detailed-General). Scroll over to the right and you can click on the PwdLastSet field heading to sort on that column.

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      Re: Finding all users who must change password

      So that's not the users that have never logged in then (although they would be included) ??

      I took "None" to mean there had never been a password change, whereas a current active user may have changed the password sometime in the last 60 days, but it is just currently flagged. Just want to make sure I'm catching them all...

      Thanks again!

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      • #4
        Re: Finding all users who must change password

        Unfortunately we're not sure what all the options are when Windows sets that field.

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        • #5
          Re: Finding all users who must change password

          You are correct, Say you make a new account and that user never accepts the job. Sometimes your not told and that account can sit. So you will see (none). Also check the property box for password expires. Some of your big wig's might have it set not to change. Our CEO has had the same password for over 2 years! Funny how they break the rules they approve for security....

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