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Customers can?t change own passwords

By hughessm ·
I have setup a web site on a server using NT 4.0 and MS Exchange server (for email) which my customers dial-in to access. My customers request all accesses to the web site or email be authenticated with passwords lasting no longer than 120 days. That I have done, though my problem is the customers want to change their own passwords through the web site. What I have setup doesn?t work. Any suggestions, please help. Thanks in advance.

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by aekland In reply to Customers can?t change ow ...

Check out the KB articles.
Q234022 - XCLN: Configuring Exchange OWA to Use SSL
Q186863 - XWEB: Unable to Change Password Using OWA

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by bbrown In reply to Customers can?t change ow ...

The mentioned KB's from MS are a start. Basically you have to enable SSL (HTTPS) access to the Outlook Web Access site. To do this you have to obtain a Certificate from an outside autority or install the MS Certificate Services on the server yourself and generate your own root certificate for the server. This will enable HTTPS when configured and enables the IISADMPWD scripts that provides the password change functionality. The user will be notified during login if password is expired or gives the option inside the OWA to change the password.

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