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Active Directory Self-Service Password Reset

By henry_david ·
I have installed Active Directory in Windows 2003 Server and currently have more than 80 users accounts. I would like to setup a self service web page to reset the password and unlock account for users.

Could anyone please assist me to get this done ?

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AD Self-Service Password Reset from Web

by Marlon_Kelly In reply to Active Directory Self-Ser ...

Hi David,

You can try JiJi Self Service Password Reset from JiJi Technologies. I am currently using it, its very easy to install and configure. You will be provided with self explanatory options, which helps your users to securely self reset their password or unlock their account.

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Active Directory Self-Service Password Reset

by Daniel0 In reply to Active Directory Self-Ser ...

Hey there are many applications for the same. You can Go-Ahead and use the tool such as Lepide Active Directory Self Service. A web based tool that allows user to unlock and reset there own a/c and password on there own.

Please test the tool from the given link below

http://www.lepide.com/active-directory-self-service.html

Thanks.

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Active Directory Self-Service Password Reset Tools

by Viktor_f In reply to Active Directory Self-Ser ...

Hi Henry

Take a look at this post: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-apps/five-apps-for-active-directory-management/. These tools have the functionality you are looking for.

You can also try:
1) Softerra Adaxes http://www.adaxes.com/active-directory_self-service.htm This solution allows users to change password, personal info, search for peers and even manage colleagues. We have "switched it ON" about a year ago and don't want other options.
2) Tools4ever solutions http://www.tools4ever.com.

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Active Directory Self-Service Password Reset

by Michael_IN In reply to Active Directory Self-Ser ...

Hi henry_david,
Try AdSysNet Password Manager, the tool is very to install and configure.Find more information here http://www.adsysnet.com/password-manager.aspx

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