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  Views: 5349Topic:: «Couple of questions for you whizzes out there» on forum: Network management general discussion
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1) In Windows XP Professional, if you do a CTRL+ALT+DELETE, you get an option to "Change Password". I need to be able to open this "Change Password Dialog" from the command prompt (possibly a rundll type of deal?) I've searched and searched but can't find anything.

2) Whenever I try to write to the registry in Visual Basic .Net, it always writes the values as a REG_SZ. I need to have it write a DWORD value. Any ideas?

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!

Pat
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Ok I figured out # 2 with the dword value.

If anybody has any idea on how to open the Change Password Dialog from the command line I would appreciate it smile:)

Thanks,

Pat
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This article should have an answer re passwords at the command line: http://www.windowsdevcenter.com/pub/a/windows/2004/03/30/serverhacks_passwords.html
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