[Samba] Samba Password Question.
d.wells at vitalcan.com.ar
Wed Mar 18 14:38:09 GMT 2009
mparsons at UK.EY.COM wrote:
> Hi All - Quick question. Is there anyway that when a user first invokes
> Samba to map to a network share that they are asked to change their
> (samba) password.
> I've got a whole bunch of (samba) users who all have been given the same
> password and I want them to have to change it to one of their own choosing
> upon first login.
> Kind Regards,
> Mark Parsons
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