- Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.
- Click View, and then click Advanced Features.
- Click the Users Organizational Unit (OU), double-click a user, and then click the Security tab.
- Click the Everyone group to see the permissions assigned to the group.
NOTE: Change Password is the only check box selected by default.
- Click Cancel when you have the information you need.
The Everyone group has Change Password permissions on all computer and user objects so that unauthenticated or "anonymous" users or computers are able to change their passwords when they expire without having to be authenticated first. If the anonymous user is denied the ability to change passwords, the user would be unable to change the password without logging on. The Access Control List (ACL) editor can be used to revoke this permission, but use this editor with caution.
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ID d'article : 242795 - Dernière mise à jour : 1 mars 2007 - Révision : 1