AS400 Windows 2000 Password Synchronization

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Here is my situation, Windows 2000 domain controller with an as400. Client computers sign onto the domain using their as400 ID and password. The problem that I am running into is when someone has to change their as400 password every 90 days as required by auditors. The windows 2000 server will not allow the user to sign into the domain with the new as400 password. They have to keep using their old password. Does anyone know a way to keep these passwords in synch?

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Not sure if this is the solution (it cerainly isn’t quick or easy) but couldn’t this be facilitated with EIM and/or SSO?

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  • TheQuigs
    Do you have 5722WSV installed? It's "Integration for Windows 2000 and .NET" and is what we use to keep our Windows network (running on an Integrated Server) in synch with our OS/400 system. I believe it will also help with profile/password synchronization between an OS/400 system and an external server. (EIM and SSO would also help.)
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