On Wed, 2012-03-07 at 00:25 -0800, Jack Bates wrote: > From Linux I can use "smbpasswd -r 192.168.1.123 -U jack" to change the > password I use to map network drives. How can I do the same from Windows > I configured a Samba share that several folks connect to from their > personal (Windows) laptops. They want to be able to change the passwords > they use to connect to this share Assuming: since you say "personal laptops" that these machines are *not* members of a domain and thus are participating in a workgroup [however adhoc that workgroup may be] I'm not aware of any way to change an account/share password from a Windows client when operating in workgroup mode; this is regardless of if the server is Samba or Windows.
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