At first, please forgive my English, it is not my mother tongue.
Then, here is my problem: I'm working on a web platform that manage the Active Directory. I can create, delete, edit a group, user, OU, and so on.
But. Yeah, but. When a connected user want to change his own password with the platform, it fails. It comes from DirectoryEntry.Invoke.
I used the DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry:
directoryEntry.Invoke("SetPassword", password); directoryEntry.Commit();
So I tried System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement, that way:
PrincipalContext ctx = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Machine); UserPrincipal user = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(ctx, Username); user.SetPassword(password_); user.Save();
Different way, same problem. These codes work, it only fails when a user try to edit his own password.
How can a connected user change his own password ? Why this weird problem ?
Any help would be greatful.