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Changing Your Password


The following instructions explain the proper procedures for changing you passwords on the administrative network

The first thing to determine is which password(s) that you need to change:

    * If you are logging into the HP3000 via SESSIONS, then you need to contact your programmer (see list below).
    * Otherwise you must be logging in via Windows 2000.

If you have forgotten your Windows password please connect ITC at x5700.


Windows 2000    

    * Every 45 days Windows will request that you change your password. Windows will start reminding you 14 days in advance that you need to change your password. You can either change your password during this time or you can wait and be forced to change your password after the 14 days have passed. The new password cannot be anything you have used in the past and must be at least 5 characters in length.
    * If you want to change your password before Windows requests it, press ctrl-alt-del (pronounced control-alt-delete) on your keyboard at the same time. Click on the Change Password button in the lower left corner. Windows will then ask for your old password then to type in your new one twice. The new password cannot be anything you have used in the past and must be at least 5 characters in length.


Please contact:

Rose Marie Murray     rmmurray@admin.nmt.edu     835-5962

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