|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
||Lauren Glenn||Microsoft||Windows||1 year ago||
||Lauren Glenn||Community Feedback||Uncategorized||1 year ago||
In something that probably makes sense only to Microsoft, why is it that if I try to do a remote desktop session onto a domain computer and my password has expired that it doesn't let me change it remotely? I used to be able to with Windows 7 and I believe Server 2012, but it seems that since upgrading to Windows 10, I get a message saying that my password has expired and that I need to log in or ask an administrator for assistance.
Now, if I were actually at a physical computer on the domain, I could log in at that point and change it, but since I work remotely, I always end up having to have to contact a domain admin to reset and unlock my password before I can remote onto the domain again.
However, if I remote onto a domain computer running Windows 7 using a system account and then RDP onto a computer on that domain, THEN I can change it when I log in.
This is a really annoying change to the login procedure and a definite conundrum considering that the message tells me to change my password but I can't because it won't let me over a remote connection.
I understand the need for money but does every page navigation require an ad that pops up in the middle of the screen and then at the bottom all the time for something I've dismissed as not being interested in?
Do these ads go away if you switch to Premium? I like the discussions and the tech articles but the ads are intrusive.