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I have windows 7 at work and I have some network drives connected which require to login to access them. After a few months the password used to connect to the network drives expires, but windows 7 does not present me the possibility to change this password so how can I do in order to windows 7 to let me change the password for a new one? I mean, when password expires, windows says to me it has been expired but it does not offer me the possibility to change the password for a new one.


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Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete; Select "Change a Password"? – Roger Lipscombe Feb 19 '12 at 13:57
This happened to a user in the office. Ctl-Alt-Del didn't change the network login password. – Mei Apr 27 '12 at 14:33

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