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Old 08-09-2003, 12:58 PM   #1
pk21
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Registered: Jun 2002
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Managing accounts


Hi all!

I was wondering if anyone knows how i can let my users manage their own accounts on several different servers(with different versions of redhat) from 1 central point.

The only thing they want is to change their password. Right now they can view their passwords by logging in on our website, but i want them to be able to change their account passwords throug our website also.
 
  


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