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What I remember from using a VNCSERVER with password is that the password must be alphanumeric and cannot be very long. Could have been changed in the meanwhile, but I thought that the maximum length was something like 8 characters and special characters were not allowed. Could you try to simplify your password using only alphanum-chars and then try to login ...


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I have found the answer: $oldpw = "oldpassword" $newpw = "newpassword" $user = $env:username $computer = $env:computername $user = [adsi]"WinNT://$computer/$user" $user.ChangePassword($oldpw, $newpw) This worked for me. Thank you for your replies!


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I don't have enough points here to change it, but this question looks like a duplicate of this one.


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SSHA is a salted SHA-1. By default the last 4 Bytes are the salt. The output of slappasswd is '{<Hash Method>}<base64 converted hash and salt>' So in order to test, whether a plain text password is equal to the salted SHA, you need to: strip the hash method-specifier with e.g. sed. decode the base64 string extract the last 4 bytes, this is ...


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There could be an artificial delay for failed passwords, but testing here doesn't reveal a timing difference between right and wrong passwords (their timings are mixed together). However, I should note that even if there was such difference, it is irrelevant. The important point is that two wrong passwords don't have a timing difference based on their ...


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I Know this is an old Question, But I Had this Same problem and i was trying to find a way to fix it , i find this Question here , while i tried to do as the chosen answer in here , I Could not find the mentioned parts . so I asked the server administrator and he told me this Way : write in cmd : net user administrator password where administrator is ...


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What is being asked here is for a technical security control where currently only an administrative security control exists - a technical enforcement of the existing policy in place that tells admins the change password at next logon box must be checked when creating new users. The way to do this is with a custom password filter DLL for AD. A password ...


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I'm surprised nobody mentioned the .netrc file. First create the file if it doesn't exists and set safe permissions: touch ~/.netrc chmod 600 ~/.netrc Then you can add the hostname, username and password all on one line: echo 'machine example.com login casper password CasperPassword' >> ~/.netrc Then when you do wget https://example.com and the ...



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