Command line tool to flag accounts to have their password changed on next logon.
Version 1.00.0 - April 15,2000
Modification(s) from previous version
This requires a minimum of account operator to run against a domain, administrator to run against a member or standalone machine.
C++. Compiled with Borland Builder 6.0
Source Code Availability
This tools expires users that are listed in a tab delimited file. You can specify user's domain, id, and how old the password has to be to force a expiration (this is so that if someone just reset their password you don't force them to do it again). I had to write this due to a security breach in one of our divisions and I had to expire some 150,000 user id's. I would like to recommend to anyone expiring a large percentage of their user's ID's at once do it in a staggered time frame so that you don't get yourself into a cycle of heavy password changing. We stretched our expires out over about 4 weeks and still saw very heavy password reset days.
You do not have to supply the email address. I would like you to fill that in though so that I have an idea on how popular a tool really is. If I see 1000 downloads with 900 different email addresses I know it is more widespread than one that has 1000 downloads and 200 different email addresses because the same person needed to keep downloading it for some reason.
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