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How to enable password change functionality for Microsoft Exchange Server Outlook Web Access

You can use the following steps to enable the IISADMPWD directory for password changes under Outlook Web Access.

NOTE: By default, this directory is installed as a physical folder under Windows 2000 but not as a virtual directory under Internet Information Services 5.0. This means that for all intents and purposes, the directory doesn’t exist as far as IIS is concerned.

  1. From Windows Explorer, verify that the physical directory exists at C:\WINNT\System32\Inetsrv\Iisadmpwd. It should contain nine *.htr files.
  2. From within the IIS Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, open the default Web site.
  3. Right-click the default Web site and point to New on the pop-up menu, and then click Virtual Directory.
  4. On the second screen of the wizard, give the virtual directory an alias of IISADMPWD. On the third screen, give the folder a physical directory location of C:\WINNT\System32\Inetsrv\Iisadmpwd. On the fourth screen, select Read, Run Script, and Execute Access privileges. Click finish on the fifth screen of the wizard to prompt creation of the folder.
  5. At this point, you can change user passwords through Outlook Web Access. Passwords must be entered in a DOMAIN\Username format to be changed. Additionally, all password complexity and history requirements must be met when you change a password or an error will be returned.

    Note: The IISADMPWD requires a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection to work. This is designed to avoid changing passwords across a network through HTTP, which is clear text. After you click the submit button, the protocol is changed from HTTP to HTTPS. If necessary, follow the steps in Help to obtain a server certificate for the Web server (http://localhost/iishelp/iis/htm/core/iiocrsc.htm on a server with IIS installed). You can also use Microsoft Certificate Services 2.0 (which is included with Windows 2000) to sign a server certificate that can be used by IIS to enable an SSL session.

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