brighstarcuit 4 years ago dugullett is a great help SMal.tmcc 4 years ago last edited 4 years ago This is one of the best forums I have been on in a Icon Legend and Permission New Messages No New Messages Hot Topic w/ New Messages Hot Topic w/o New Messages Locked w/ New Messages Locked w/o New Messages Read Message Post New All rights reserved. The secret here lies in the mysterious userFlags attribute. navigate here
Also post your script. Still with us? RE: AD: user cannot change password tsuji (TechnicalUser) 19 Nov 07 08:03 The ntSecurityDescriptor is available via LDAP: provider and is not available to WinNT: as used in the first script. Add your comments on this Script!
Script Set Password Never Expires Local User
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I'm wondering if running it as SYSTEM is causing issues. The only issue is when the script tries to run on 700 PCs most the PCs get the error message that "no more connections to this PC can be made b/c Activity Log Launching program: 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\cscript' '"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Dell\KACE\\kbots_cache\packages\kbots\304\expire.vbs techs"' wait='true' billythekid45 4 years ago Here is what I am trying to run... Powershell Script To Uncheck Password Never Expires Do you get this error message only on this one script?
Furthermore, you may perhaps not be interested at this moment, the 2nd script, though looks impressively doing "more" and grand, is in fact has a bit more hidden limitations as apply Powershell Set User Cannot Change Password Join 637 other followers Categories Categories Select Category Basic HTML code InfoPath SharePoint MAC OS-X Scripting Blog at WordPress.com. %d bloggers like this: Log in Sign up! Maybe see if you can embed the username into the script instead of doing it the way you are currently. Launch “$(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)\expire.vbs” with params “acct” Answered 07/24/2012 by: billythekid45 Please log in to comment billythekid45 4 years ago The error msg is...
SMal.tmcc 4 years ago Then follow the advice from dugullett, he has helped me a lot with scripts and will get it figured out for you. Ads_uf_dont_expire_passwd Sign up! That’s why we define this constant. blnSelf = False blnEveryone = False blnModified = False For Each objACE In objDACL If UCase(objACE.objectType) = UCase(CHANGE_PASSWORD_GUID) Then If UCase(objACE.Trustee) = "NT AUTHORITY\SELF" Then If Value then If objACE.AceType =
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SMal.tmcc 4 years ago Test to see if if you have WMIC on your machine.
The code to reorder the ACE's is no longer required (unless the client is Windows 2000), so that can be skipped.
Dim objNewDACL, objInheritedDACL, objAllowDACL, objDenyDACL Dim objAllowObjectDACL, objDenyObjectDACL, objACE Set objNewDACL = CreateObject("AccessControlList") Set objInheritedDACL = CreateObject("AccessControlList") Set objAllowDACL = CreateObject("AccessControlList") Set objDenyDACL = CreateObject("AccessControlList") Set objAllowObjectDACL = CreateObject("AccessControlList") Set objDenyObjectDACL
Blog Learn about Windows PowerShell How Can I Prevent a Local User From Changing His or Her Password? ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ScriptingGuy1December 2, 20041 Share 0 0 Hey, Scripting Guy!
The references to nt authority\self and everyone accounts are limited to the system not being localized to any other international languages.
I'm assuming a KScript.
Powershell Set User Cannot Change Password
Take a look at this line of code: objPasswordNoChangeFlag = objUser.UserFlags XOR ADS_UF_PASSWD_CANT_CHANGE Actually - all appearances aside - this is really pretty simple code. Plain text without HTML formatting. Script Set Password Never Expires Local User Hey, that’s easy. Vbscript Password Never Expires Make sure that user is an admin.
If ADS_UF_PASSWD_CANT_CHANGE AND intUAC Then Wscript.Echo "Already enabled" Else objUser.Put "userAccountControl", intUAC XOR _ ADS_UF_PASSWD_CANT_CHANGE objUser.SetInfo WScript.Echo "User Cannot Change Password is now enabled" End If That is it. check over here You could stick to the first approach. Because we know this switch is off (remember the If Not statement we just used?), the XOR command will turn that switch on. Register now while it's still free! Powershell Set Password Never Expires Local User
Enjoy! Set objOU = GetObject("LDAP://ou=Sales,ou=West,dc=MyDomain,dc=com") ' Filter on users in the OU. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. his comment is here Worked like a charm!
SMal.tmcc 4 years ago Nice catch, assumed Win 7 SMal.tmcc 4 years ago I believe xp was NET ACCOUNTS /MAXPWAGE:UNLIMITED billythekid45 4 years ago This is for WinXP and Win7. Get Aduser Cannot Change Password Login using OpenID: Create free account Exclusive access for registered users Registered Users: ? Just like that, local user Ken Myer will no longer have the right to change his password on the computer atl-ws-01.
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No additional modules are needed for this to work.