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Old 10-05-2006, 07:38 AM   #1
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Change password with the command smbpasswd

Hi All,

I'm trying to change my password over ldap with the command in a Kubuntu Machine:

smbpasswd -r

and i got the following error:

cli_pipe_validate_current_pdu: RPC fault code NT code 0x1c010002 received from remote machine pipe \samr fnum 0x76a6!
machine rejected the password change: Error was : NT code 0x1c010002.
Failed to change password for ricardogorayeb

I have already try to change in a Debian and Red Hat ES4 machine, and i got sucess.

Why i'm not get success in a Kubuntu Machine????

Does anybody help??

Thank You.


kubuntu, password, smbpasswd

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