; This is the control file for Domain Password. All of the ; text, and most of the HTML, can be customized by editing ; this file. ; You must place this file in the same directory as dompass.exe, ; and make sure that dompass.exe has permission to read it. ; Lines beginning with a semi-colon are comments. [Domain Password] ; Do not remove this line ; If you want to let Domain Password work for users whose current ; password is blank, change the next line to AllowOldBlank=Yes ; If you want to allow users to change their passwords to blank, ; change the AllowNewBlank line to Yes. Note that your overall ; domain policy (set via User Manager) must also allow blank passwords ; for this to work. This feature requires DomPass 1.1.b.970715. AllowOldBlank=No AllowNewBlank=No ; If you want to allow users to specify which on which domain to ; change their passwords, set the following to Yes. If Yes, users ; may type domain\username in the username field. AllowDomainName=No ; If Domain Password cannot discover your Primary Domain Controller, ; or if you want to validate against a specific machine, fill in ; the machine name after PDC= (otherwise, leave it blank). ; ; NOTE: This value is only used if the [Domains] section below is ; blank, or if Default is present in the [Domains] section and ; is chosen by the user. PDC= ; The following lines control the HTML used to generate the main ; form. You may have HTML01 through HTML09. For increased ; efficiency, delete any blank lines you don't use. HTML01= HTML02=Domain Password HTML03= HTML04= HTML05=

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HTML06= HTML07= HTML08= HTML09= ; The next five lines contain the prompts used for the main form ; for domain, username, password, new password, and new password confirmation. ; Since the form uses
, align the prompts with leading white
; space.  The Domain prompt is only used if the [Domains] section (below)
; is present and has entries.

Domain=             Domain:
Username=           Username:
Password=   Current Password:
NewPass1=       New Password:
NewPass2= New Password Again:

; The Note= line may contain any text you want.

Note=Note: Passwords are case-sensitive on this system.  Password, PASSWORD, and password are three different passwords.

; Button1 is the submit button HTML.


; Button2 is the reset-form button HTML


; Success is the message displayed after the password has been
; changed successfully.

Success=Your password has been changed successfully.  The change may take a few minutes to propagate to the entire domain.

; Trailer is optional.  If present, anything here gets inserted onto
; the form (and any error or success message) at the bottom.

Greyware Main Page   Domain Password Documentation ; The Sorry= line controls the introduction to any error message. ; The word "Sorry" seems nicer than "Error" or "You goofed!" Sorry=
Sorry!   ; The TryAgain= line controls the text asking the user to try again. TryAgain=Please try again. ; The next eight lines are error messages for user errors. ErrorU1=You must enter your username. ErrorU2=You must enter your current password. ErrorU3=You left your new password blank. You must enter your new password. ErrorU4=You must enter your new password twice. You left it empty the second time. ErrorU5=You must enter your new password twice exactly the same way. What you typed the second time didn't match. ErrorU6=Your new password must be different from your old password. ErrorU7=Your password cannot be the same as your username. ErrorU8=You are not allowed to specify a domain name in the username field. ; The next five lines are error messages for system errors. ErrorS1=What you typed for your current password is incorrect. ErrorS2=What you typed for your new password has been rejected by the system.   It is either too short, has been used too recently, or the account is locked out. ErrorS3=You mistyped your username.   No such user in this domain, or account not allowed. ErrorS4=Internal error or misconfiguration.   Please check with your system administrator. ErrorS5=Network error; domain controller not found or temporarily unavailable. ; ; This optional section controls the list of domain names presented to the user. ; Syntax is DomainName=PDCName. You may have any number of entries. They will ; be presented in the order listed. ; ; If this entire section is blank, the Domain Name dropdown box will not be presented, ; and Domain Password will only be able to change passwords for user accounts located ; in the primary domain of this machine. Note that if you have AllowDomainName=True ; in the [Domain Password] section (above), then the user may specify a domain name ; by typing domain\username on the username line of the form. ; ; For each domain listed, either specify a PDC name after the equals sign to force ; Domain Password to use that machine, or leave the line after the equals sign blank ; to have Domain Password look up the PDC dynamically. ; ; The special entry, Default, means that the primary domain should be used. If ; a server name is provided after the equals sign, it will be used; otherwise, if ; a PDC= value is provided in the [Domain Password] section above, that will be ; used; otherwise, the PDC for the primary domain will be looked up dynamically. ;[Domains] ;Default= ;ExampleDomain1=PDC01 ;ExampleDomain2=PDC02 ;ExampleDomain3= ; end of file