Re: RES: RE: xp home edition

  • From: "Amos D. Galiardo" <amdix@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 07:54:56 +0700

Thank's Tiago.
And yes, i have problem with the expire password because in my company every 
user have to change password everyday :-( . if using xp home edition i have to 
create same user account and password on local machine as the user account on 
the domain server, and i did it. i try to change password from microsoft 
outlook but it fail.
and moreover i use proxy client to connect isaserver, in internet explorer is 
not problem because the prompt authorize appear when we will browse, but in 
outlook express is problem because this can't prompt the authorizing user.

and i read in the site news of xp home forum, windows98/me is different with xp 
home. and i thought maybe there're some other way out or maybe some tools to 
handle it. ok then, maybe i have to upgrade it to professional edition.

thank's for all comments.

Best Regards;

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Tiago de Aviz 
  To: [ExchangeList] 
  Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 11:45 PM
  Subject: [exchangelist] RES: RE: xp home edition

  Wouldn't it be easier if we just let them ask? It won't hurt. Maybe everyone 
doesn't have the time (or the need) to update ourselves the same way that 
others do, but we don't need to wack them when they ask something we know. Yes, 
for us it's a very basic question, for others is not.


  Amos: your Windows XP Home can access shares and printers as long as you have 
a user created on a local machine that has the same username/password created 
on the domain. Just make when your password on the domain changes, because 
sometime it will expire. You can override this by setting your password never 
to expire.


  Tiago de Aviz

  IT Consultant






  -----Mensagem original-----
  De: Amos D. Galiardo [mailto:amdix@xxxxxxxxxx] 
  Enviada em: terça-feira, 10 de junho de 2003 22:49
  Para: [ExchangeList]
  Assunto: [exchangelist] RE: xp home edition

  Dear All;

  like the first statement of my email before that maybe this is out of the 
topic. and for josh, john and morpheus, if that question is an annoying 
question for you, please skip it.


  nb. for joshua and john, about professional and unprofessional, maybe it's 
depent on your own mindset.


  for mark, thx for you professional comment, i'm very appreciate it.


  Best Regards;



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