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As you might already know AD does not let you change the password through LDAP if you don't have a secure connection to AD. I heard that there is a registry setting to change this behavior but so far couldn't find where it is... Anyone of you know how can I can change this behavior?

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You should be able to disable this by changing the local security policy on the domain controller(s) for 'digitally signed server communications'

This can be found in

Computer->WindowsSettings->LocalPolicies->SecurityOptions

Obviously you need to be aware of the security hole you would be opening on your DC when doing this.

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