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Changing Your Password

Windows NT's security features include an option that lets the system administrator require users to change their password at specific intervals. This is done to help enforce security in the system. Should someone learn your password, the damage they could do is minimized by the fact that the password is good only for a certain period of time. As the deadline for changing your password approaches, you'll probably see a message reminding you to change your password.

On some networks, such as the Microsoft Windows Network, you also can change your password in Windows NT Workstation 4.0 without the help of a network administrator. You change your password in the Change Password dialog box, which you access from the Windows NT Security dialog box.


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