I have a regular user account on my Windows 7 (Enterprise) machine, and an Administrator account for tasks requiring elevated privileges. I never actually log on as the admin user, I just use "Run as administrator" as this is on a Novell network and logging in as a local user is tricky with the current set-up we have (I'm not sure why, but it is).
I'd like to change the password for the administrator account, without resorting to the reset facility in Computer Management. When I use "Manage User Accounts" in control panel (with Run as administrator), it tells me that I need to press Ctrl-Alt-Del to change my own password, but obviously I can't do Ctrl-Alt-Del "as administrator."
Is there another way to change another user's password (given that you do know the current one) that doesn't involve logging in as that user or simply resetting it?